A picture shared on Twitter of a cast table read revealed that David Oakes is back as Prince Ernest with Nell Hudson as Miss Skerrett – although there is no news on her romance with Charles Elmé Francatelli (Ferdinand Kingsley)Eve Myles is certain to return as Mrs Jenkins – Daisy Goodwin has said that she would be “distraught” if she didn’t.
ACTRESSES WHO HAVE PLAYED QUEEN ELIZABETHGoodwin was less forthcoming about a return for Lord Melbourne (Rufus Sewell), but did not rule it out.
“It was not that remarkable, that special, that unusual, that life here on earth evolved gradually, slowly, to where we are today.” With Mars One, a private sector company, pressing ahead with its plans to send people to the Red Planet, Mr Aldrin said those who go should plan staying there for the rest of their lives.
“I have considered whether a landing on Mars could be done by the private sector,” he continued.
As Trump prepared to sign the executive order, he turned to Aldrin and asked: 'There's a lot of room out there, right?
Trump's question made it seem like he was referring to 'space' as was one of the scientists on the team.
It is thought that the rest of the ensemble cast will appear in season two, including Catherine Flemming as the Duchess of Kent and Peter Bowles as the Duke of Wellington.
One face certain to return is Almonzo – the white horse that Victoria is often seen riding.
Victoria returns tonight (August 27) at 9.05pm on ITV for a new eight-part run, putting it in direct competition with the BBC's Stike: The Cuckoo's Calling.
The new season picks up a month after the birth of Victoria’s first child in 1840, and sees the monarch surprise the court by insisting on returning to her duties.