The time has come for Paul's official coronation as laird of Glenbogle but the family is shocked to find out that Donald is the true heir to the title. Donald takes the news well and begins changing the estate in every which way including taxing the tenants. To settle the decision over who should be laird, Paul and Donald face off in a duel to prove themselves worthy. Meanwhile, Meg returns to Glenbogle with a shocking surprise of her own.- Written by Nadia Nassar
It's time for the official investiture of Paul as the Laird of Glenbogle. There's a major hiccup however: according to the Proctor who will oversee the ceremony it's Donald, as a legitimate descendant, who is first in line of precedence. Paul can't quite believe it and is prepared to chuck it in but Donald's exaggerated demands as Laird - including the re-imposition of an ancient feudal tax - spurs him on to lead a coup d'état. Meg suddenly returns to Glenbogle but Golly isn't very welcoming and she assumes their relationship is over. Even Jess, who saw what Meg's sudden departure did to her Dad's emotional well-being, tells her to stay away. She consults Molly, now back from a trip to New Zealand, who advises her to go after the man if he is her true love. Meg also has a secret that she is reluctant to share with anyone.- Written by garykmcd
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