Now that Series 2 of “Downton Abbey” sadly concluded last night, we’re still left wondering, what do our favorite men look like completely naked? To fulfill our fantasies, we checked out our favorite nudie British Boy website TheFullEnglish.net and used the boys there to create our very own all-naked cast of our favorite characters. Welcome to the naked men we’d love to see wandering the halls of Downtown, downstairs and up.
Andrew as Tom Branson, Chauffeur
Just like Branson in the series, hunky Andrew is an Irish working class bloke who we’d love to sweep us off our upper crust feet and whisk us off to the Emerald Isle. With his cheeky smile and mega-masculine physique, we can easily picture ourselves creeping out to the garage late nights for a private chat. Although we don’t know if his real life night shift is unionized, he looks just like the rough type you’d see in the 1910s screaming in a dusty crowd for equal rights. Does equality mean a good flip-flop session, too?
Sam as Thomas Barrow
Sure Sam is skinnier than the broad-chested Thomas, but he’s got that devious look that Thomas has mastered so well. Also, this photo shoot is up in an attic room, where is exactly where we want to sneak up and help Thomas find the relief he so desperately craves. In real life, Sam is a biologist and marathon fanatic, hence his super trim bod. In our Downton fantasy, he’s Thomas, lying butt up in bed so we can give the rascal the hardcore pounding he deserves.
Frankie as William Mason, Second Footman
Look at fresh-faced Frankie. He just screams William. Footmen historically have always been attractive, and Frankie fits the bill. How we’d love to sit at the dinner table as Frankie, dressed up finely in his livery, serves us our meal. With those rosy cheeks and devilish smile, he’d quickly graduate to being our personal valet, dressing us daily. And, well, you know very well what extra duties we’d request.
Oliver as Matthew Crawley
As the original Full English model who captured our imagination with his classic British looks, Oliver is a shoe-in for the debonair Cousin Matthew. (He’s also from the middle class.) One look at Oliver gussied up as if attending the season’s swankiest garden party on the lawns of Downton, and we immediately wish to pull him into the empty library and see what’s underneath those freshly pressed slacks.
· The Full English (thefullenglish.net)