After being told it is dangerous for her to have more children, Lady Agnes joins her husband in entertaining American ambassador Kennedy and his family, along with charming Jewish self-made millionaire, Caspar Landry. Pritchard's pomposity forces Mrs Thackeray to resign and move in with relations, though they are unappreciative of her excessive cuisine, and she returns to Eaton Place. Mr Amanjit and Blanche combine to help in the organization of rescuing Jewish children from Germany, whilst Lady Persie, having seen its brutality first hand, ends her flirtation with Naziism and returns home.- Written by don @ minifie-1
Lady Agnes is advised by her physician not to have any more children, something that saddens both her and her husband. They host a formal dinner for the Duke and Duchess of Kent that also includes U.S. Ambassador and Mrs. Kennedy and their son Jack. The bombastic Ambassador doesn't agree with Hallam's interpretation of German intent. It doesn't stop him from offering him an interesting position. Another of the guests, Caspar Landry, takes an interest in Agnes. After an argument with Mr. Pritchard, Mrs. Thackeray resigns and moves in with her nephew who has returned from Ireland with his wife and son. Her penchant for large dinners and not worrying about the cost doesn't go over well. Persie decides it's no longer safe to remain in Germany.- Written by garykmcd
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