DAVID KELLY, Actor/Actress: I love Downtons housekeeping, but it’s a very low-key housekeeping.

I’ve been a housekeeper since I was seven.

I love the fact that the servants are always working and doing their job and not talking to each other.

But I do enjoy the fact, like I said, I love doing housekeeping because it’s very low key.

I don’t have any expectations for myself, and it’s just very intimate.

I’m so comfortable.

It’s really great.

I really think that’s the beauty of it.

It makes it so much more fun.

It is a really, really nice house.

I think we should probably just leave it as is.

It works so well.

But if you’re doing it in your life, it’s really nice to be able to do it.

DAVID: I always feel like it’s sort of a weird, a dark time in British history.

When it comes to social issues, you can’t really blame the British people, and the fact of the matter is, they’ve always had a lot of issues.

They just didn’t have enough money, and I think that just led to a lot more of these social ills.

So, I think it’s always been sort of this weird, dark time, and in a way it was a really great time.

And it was very different, so I just love it.

You know, the British are very open-minded, and there’s not much in the way of political correctness, which is great.

And I love to do that, because I love being a role model for the kids.

So I really feel like I’m doing something good.

I just enjoy the way it is.

You can kind of feel the tension of the situation in the house, and that makes you feel so happy.

I also really love to sing, which has also been very nice, because that’s a really nice, kind of, British thing.

So that’s why I love it so, so much.

It also gives me that energy to just try to be as kind and humble as possible, and be kind and nice.

And then I’m very lucky that I have this amazing, wonderful, wonderful family.

I feel like my family is such an amazing team.

I can’t wait to get back there.

I have so much to look forward to.

I do love that people in England are very nice.

I know, I know.

But in England, the average person is actually very kind, and you really need to get over that.

But for me, it was an absolute privilege to have my family.

They really, truly love me.

I like them very much, and they make me feel so welcome.

And they also make me want to keep working on it.

They’re a very generous bunch of people, you know?

So, it just helps me.

You have to be.

But you also have to feel good about yourself and your life.

So it’s nice to know that they’re all good with that, you get the vibe from them, and their confidence is great, so it makes you happy to know they’re in the right place.

DAVIS: I was on the other end of the phone and I just said, you don’t want to be on the phone with someone you love, David.

You just don’t.

DAVEN: No, no, no.

I mean, I did say, you’ve got to get on the plane, because the next day, you’re going to the office.

DAVIES: [laughs] DAVENS: And I’m going to be there.

And you know what?

I’m just going to go do the dishes.

I was like, why?

DAVENs: I just don´t want to hear about it.

We just had a baby, you need to have a baby.

You should have a family, David, and all of your friends need to be in touch with each other and be in contact.

I didn´t know I needed to talk to you.

I thought it was just a normal conversation.

So yeah, I didn’t get a chance to say anything to you, but I appreciate it.

And just like the other day, I was in the studio, and a guy came in, and he just told me, I just want to say I love you, and we had this conversation, and then I kind of burst into tears.

DAVES: I’m a little bit disappointed.

But it´s nice to hear you say it.

Because I was very, very happy to hear that.

It means a lot to me, and for me it means a big deal.

DAVENS: I want to ask you about this show, which you’re starring in.

It`s called “The Great British Bake