Michelle Dockery filmed scenes for Downton Abbey‘s sixth season in Wiltshire with her costars Hugh Bonneville, Laura Carmichael, and Joanne Froggart Friday.

Michelle Dockery Films ‘Downton’

Dockery, who plays Lady Mary in the period drama, was outfitted for the day on set in a brown double-breasted coat, a tie, and a dark brown hat over her bobbed hair. She was filming a scene staged in a market with Bonneville – who plays her father Lord Grantham – and Carmichael – who plays her sister, Edith. Froggart, who was also on set, plays maid Anna Bates.

In the scene they were shooting, Dockery and Carmichael shared a few laughs while perfusing the livestock in the pens. Friday marked the second day that Dockery and the others were spotted shooting on the Wiltshire market set.

Earlier this week, Bonneville gave a few hints about what fans can expect for the sixth season of Downton.

“We’re in 1925, so the series has nudged on another six months, and Lady Rose has been on her honeymoon and she’s now moved to America,” Bonneville said, according to the Express UK.  “Tom Branston has gone to Boston, and some faces that we met towards the end of the fifth season may or may not be coming over the horizon to break or make the hearts of Lady Mary and Lady Edith and people like that.”

There have been rumors that Downton’s six season will be its last, though there’s been no confirmation on the matter.