It’s been almost a year since fans learned that a Downton Abbey film was in the works. We’ve been biding our time and patiently waiting, and finally — finally! — the official trailer is here.

Slated for release on Sept. 20, the film from Focus Features is directed by Michael Engler and written by Julian Fellowes. After a lot of initial speculation, most of the original cast is returning for the film, including Hugh Bonneville (Robert Crawley), Laura Carmichael (Lady Edith), Jim Carter (Carson), Brendan Coyle (Bates), Michelle Dockery (Lady Mary), Joanne Froggatt (Anna), Robert James-Collier (Thomas), Allen Leech (Tom), Elizabeth McGovern (Cora Crawley), Tuppence Middleton (Lucy), Dame Maggie Smith (Dowager Countess), and more. Whew.

Set roughly a year after the series’ end, the movie centers on a pending visit — of the royal variety— to Downton. Mhmm, yes: King George and Queen Mary are making a somewhat surprise visit, and the cast is all aflutter as they try to ready the manor.

Mrs. Pattmore says it best in the trailer:

A royal luncheon, a parade, and a dinner?! I’m going to have to sit down!

Same, girl. Same. Between the Dowager Countess’ sarcasm and Lady Mary and Carson’s adorable friendship, it’s hard to choose a favorite part of the trailer. That’s too much pressure. What I do know is that September cannot get here soon enough.

Take a look at the full official trailer below.

If you now have all the feels and *need* more Downton in your life, you’re in luck! To celebrate the trailer’s release, Fellowes held a Q&A on Twitter this morning, answering fans questions about the film and sharing some of his personal faves. He artfully (and rather disappointingly) dodged the more scandalous questions, but you get a bit of insight nonetheless. Check out a sampling below, and head to Twitter to see more.

Photo: Focus Features