Do you check Twitter to see fan tweets? – @BrightstarsLg
RG: Yes, I see quite a lot of them, they’re wild.
AV: All the time, yeah, I can’t stop.
RG: They’re all very lovely people, like if it’s your birthday, they’re more affectionate than my mother! I was stopped in the street the other day, which was super strange but nice.
FB: I’m not on Twitter, but I’d like to take this opportunity to say, thank you, you’re all brilliant, and you’re all absolutely right.
RW: I’m on Twitter more right now because I’m watching Love Island.
RW: I’ll tell you what I find really moving is the organised days to appreciate different characters. So when I do dip in, it’s very meaningful and sweet.
Ben, are you aware of the various hashtags fans are using to marvel over you on Twitter? – @hungryPJmonster
EW: One of which I think my own mother started!
BLH: What was that?
EW: Something about sleeves.
Have you heard about #BurningLavaHot and #HughesDayTuesday? – @RebeccaDugger1
RW: #HughesDayTuesday, that’s amazing!
BLH: That is amazing, I didn’t know about that. My family members have sent me a couple of things, which I’ve enjoyed. To be in anything that anyone sees or cares about is unbelievable because sometimes you do work that feel like no one sees and appreciates. Rose, didn’t you send round a photo of Colbourne at the Met Gala?
RW: I love that, that’s phone background worthy.
BLH: The creativity and the detail is pretty astonishing. The Sanditon Sisterhood could solve many of the world’s problems – they could crack the Middle Eastern crisis, I reckon. Obviously I want them to focus on the important stuff though like #HughesDayTuesday and #BurningLavaHot. Let’s get our priorities, right!