Tatler magazine has apologised for suggesting a former star of Downton Abbey was likely to be "fun in bed".
A photo of Daisy Lewis, who played Sarah Bunting in the ITV show, featured in the December issue with the caption: "This actress is loud. Which makes her fun at a party. And in bed. Probably."
The actress tweeted that she was "really shocked and upset" by the piece in its Little Black Book section.
Tatler said it would print a full apology to Lewis in its next issue.
Responding to the caption on Friday, Lewis took to Twitter, using the hashtags #misogyny and #loudwomen and asking: "Does anyone at Tatler read the news?"
It comes after the entertainment industry has been awash with allegations of sexual misconduct.
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The British magazine, published by Conde Nast, apologised "unreservedly", adding that it would be also printing a full apology in the next issue.
Tatler apologises unreservedly to @daisylflewis. We will also be publishing a full apology in the next issue.— Tatler (@TatlerUK) November 4, 2017
Tatler has previously been criticised for an article titled "Best society breasts" which included the former MP Louise Mensch, Princess Eugenie, Clare Balding and Dame Helen Mirren.