Eager to lead a newly democratic Russia, President Yeltsin tries to win the Queen’s support while she navigates new rifts in her marriage with Philip.
As his wedding with Clare approaches, an increasingly stressed Henry finds unexpected solace in his estranged father.
Faced with the fallout of an intercepted call with Camilla and the consequent kickback to his marriage, Prince Charles must navigate a scandal.
Despite all the years spent together in the clearing, Henry makes a complicated trip to Clare’s childhood home for the first time.
Clare hosts a couples’ dinner party to introduce Henry to her roommate Charisse and best friend Gomez, but when it’s crashed by another Henry and his girlfriend Ingrid, deeply held secrets are revealed. Meanwhile, Clare remains determined to make her 18th birthday — and fated 152nd meeting with Henry in the clearing — unforgettable.
After meeting her soulmate at age six, Clare laments a linear lifetime defined by waiting for Henry’s unpredictable appearances. Meanwhile, an incident at a high school party finds a distraught teenage Clare turning to Henry for help.
After a rocky “first” meeting, Henry and Clare attempt to reset with a second date, but she still struggles to rectify this version of Henry with the man she’s known – and loved – all her life. To help her better understand the difference between this 28-year-old and the man she’ll help him become, Henry takes Clare back to the most formative moment of his childhood.
Between a fire at Windsor Castle and tensions in her children’s marriages, the Queen commemorates and reassesses her 40 years on the throne.
In 1946, an Egyptian street vendor finds inspiration in the abdicated King Edward. Years later, he eagerly tries to integrate into British High Society.
Since she was young, Clare has had an imaginary friend – a kind and funny man, sometimes old, sometimes young, who appears in the woods behind her house and tells her tales of the future.
As events spiral out of control, Jefferson Grieff prepares to face execution – and time is also running out for Janice Fife in the cellar. An increasingly desperate Harry Watling struggles to do the right thing – but can he stay on the side of the angels and still keep his wife and son safe?
As Harry’s dilemma worsens, the fate of his family hangs in the balance – but he’s determined to do the right thing. Meanwhile, Beth Davenport meets one of Jefferson Grieff’s helpers in the outside world, who delivers a chilling warning. In the cellar, Janice’s desperation grows.
Condemned prisoner Jefferson Grieff has a mission for journalist Beth Davenport, and vicar Harry Watling faces an impossible choice.
The lives of a prisoner on death row, a journalist looking for a story, a vicar in a sleepy English town and a maths tutor trapped in a cellar intertwine in a deadly way.
Prince Philip offers his support to a grieving family member. Keen to snatch a scoop, a tabloid journalist approaches Diana about a tell-all book.
A much-needed update to the Royal Yacht draws scrutiny to the Queen’s reign. Hounded by the press, Charles and Diana have a second honeymoon in Italy.
Dr. Stanton reprimands Ilonka the following morning, revealing more about Julia Jayne. Sandra says her goodbyes. At long last, Kevin concludes his story.
Kevin confesses he’s been seeing things. Dispiriting news sends Ilonka away from Brightcliffe, but an optimistic Shasta urges her to go back.
Armed with new information, Ilonka is determined to find answers. Shasta extends an intriguing offer. The club convenes to find the library doors locked.
Anya’s eyes open to a strange new reality. Ilonka blames herself for a crushing loss… then overhears a conversation that could change everything.