A scandal sheet trumpets a rumored Langtry divorce, and Edward is unable to collect his Irish rents. Lillie makes a new friend: W.E. Gladstone. Edward files suit against the scandal sheet and sends the publisher to prison. Lillie has fallen in love with her latest conquest, Prince Louis of Battenberg. Dean Le Breton is dismissed from his parish for sexual misconduct. Lillie receives some astonishing news.- Written by mama.sylvia
After her display at the fancy dress party, Lillie finds herself being shunned by society. Bertie is obviously upset and she finds that several dinner invitations have been withdrawn. All seems forgiven when Lillie appears in a tableau of a J.E. Millais painting. Edward goes to Ireland to check on his property and collect the rents but returns empty handed with the Irish in revolt against any English landlord. A local scandal sheet reports that Edward has filed for divorce citing Bertie and Edward decides to sue for libel. Prince Louis of Battenberg, the Prince of Wales' nephew, falls in love with Lillie and she with him. He asks her to marry him but when his Uncle Bertie hears of it, he flatly refuses permission. Lilly learns that her father has been forced to leave Jersey owing to a scandal. With no money, Lillie thinks she will have to get a job, perhaps in the theater. Something unexpected comes her way however.- Written by garykmcd
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