A lovely photo indeed-but it really misses the tin mine on the cliff and a pasty in the hand-incidentally Robin any plans for a recipe for a pasty with your ‘take on it’? That really would be a ‘proper job!’
Wishing you safe journeys home and thanks for letting us follow your adventures in America.
Wow! If the story had been written differently, this might have been a picture of Ross and Elizabeth after all the hatchets had been buried . . . still hotties after all these years . . .your smiles say it all! Thanks for sharing the pictures.
Awesome–cue the theme music as the waves roll in!! What a treat for us, too! You prob’ly guessed we were all wishing to be a fly on the wall for this reunion!! Thanks for sharing!!
PS: Gene gave a wink & said he hopes Meredith wasn’t mad! 😉
Cheers & hugs!
Ahhh… so lovely! You both look just the same! Hoping you had a wonderful catch-up, it must have felt a bit strange. It still makes me go cold to think of how poor Elizabeth ended up…so it’s good to see Jill’s warm & happy smile!
OH how lovely, you both look wonderful, I just finished watching the first series again after 35 years. Just as good now as it ever was. God Bless and take care…..CA is lovely but well wish you were coming to New England this time. Boston would put out the welcome mat.
How lovely to see you and Jill together! I enjoyed everyone in Poldark, especially the fine actor, Robin Ellis! Jill still has great beauty.
You will next be in the part of SF in which I grew up in the Haight/Ashbury. I lived there just before the area became famous in the sixties. I wish that I could come to have my copy of your book signed, but I now live about 300 miles north of SF. Oh, well! It is a disappointment for me.
I hope your engagement there in the Haight will be a great success for you.
Ha, I saw & spoke Valentine (the young adult Valentine)a few years ago in Holland (actor Richard Gibson aka Otto Flick!). Very nice man and we had some good laughs.His picture is here on the wall with the others of the cast of Allo Allo.
Picked up the link from the UK Poldark Forum, still loads of Poldark fans on this side of the pond. After many re-reads, and re-viewings, still think of Ross & Demelza, Dwight & Caroline, Elizabeth & George as real people, and strangely enough, looking very much like Robin and Jill, Angharad and Judy. So glad you had a happy reunion after all these years, just a great shame you can’t all get together again to televise Poldark through to the end of the final novel. Oh well, we can dream, can’t we.
This is the sixth time I’ve tried to leave a comment–although I’m a bonafide flower. Welcome home and when you unwind, please let me know how I might get a new rereleased copy of Making Poldark. thanks,
this is the 8th time, I’ve tried to comment, and the only reason that it may actually work is that I’m sitting at an Apple Store with an “Apple Genius,”
next to me. Welcome home, and when you get settled, please let me know how to get a copy of, your rerelease, Making Poldark. thanks,
I have enjoyed all your pictures. I/we husband too absolutelly loved Poldark. I wish there were more to watch. I also have diabetes 2 so I will be buying your book. Continue to write we enjoy reading your news.
After watching the first 5 episodes of the first series for the umpteenth time and seeing this photo, I realize how many shots for film and television are shot in profile; you two are immediately recognizable. And yes, a perfect backdrop! Cue the music!
I always wish Winston G had written a novel, The Way It Should Have Been, in which Ross came home from America and was able to make Elizabeth understand in time that she must marry him not Francis. How would the stands of the tale have been rewoven?
Great photos- super backdrop!
Demelza, Elizabeth…both lovely ladies. But my own personal favorite was cousin Verity. A loyal, sweet and very delicate beauty…sigh! Whatever became of this rather entrancing actress, Robin? It’d be nice to think she’s still in touch with you, her steadfast ‘cousin’!!
Ah, that’s so reassuring and a great delight to know. Do let her know she still has at least one fan among what must have been many who carried a candle for her and to his dear wife’s wry amusement!!
In a way I felt the on-screen Verity was far more entrancing in looks than the less than flattering physical description that Winston gave her. It was one of the few disjunctions from the page that I was very happy with!