Victoria (2016– )
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A Public Inconvenience 

Victoria must fight against her better judgment to decide where to place her allegiance.


Delyth Thomas


Daisy Goodwin (created by), Ottilie Wilford | 1 more credit »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Tom Hughes ... Albert
Kate Fleetwood ... Princess Feodora
Lily Travers ... Duchess Sophie of Monmouth
David Burnett ... Joseph
David Newman ... Henry Cole
Jenna Coleman ... Victoria
Laurence Fox ... Lord Palmerston
John Sessions ... Lord John Russell
Adrian Schiller ... Penge
Sabrina Bartlett ... Abigail Turner
Dominic Taylor Dominic Taylor ... Fuller
Nicholas Audsley ... Duke Charles of Monmouth
Louisa Bay Louisa Bay ... Princess Vicky
Laurie Shepherd ... Prince Bertie
Peter Bowles ... Duke of Wellington


Lord Palmerston takes huge risks championing the case of Don Fernando, a British Jew unjustly arrested in Coburg-ruled Greece, but his gun boat diplomacy prevails. Duke of Wellington retires as commander in chief and agrees the post might be ideal for Albert. The prince consort initially refuses, concentrating his efforts on planning a world exhibition in London and the controversial, seemingly hopeless design of a temporary, fittingly modern palace in Hyde Park. Loveless Duke Charles of Monmouth has had it with adulterous wife Sophie's embarrassing disloyalty but can't touch her at court, so he pays Mr. Pence to spy on her and valet-lover Joseph, whom she neither fully trusts nor agrees to run away with. When son William visits home from 'public' boarding school, the duke has her committed to a lunatic asylum. Albert has Bertie examined by frenology quack Cole and miss-attributes Victoria's mistrust of greedy, jealous liar Feodora to her general pettiness, yet the sisters seem to ... Written by KGF Vissers

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24 February 2019 (USA) See more »

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Lord Palmerston said if you can not defeat an enemy by surprise or the use of force (i.e. gunboat diplomacy), and in doing so may damage an alliance one is trying to win back, then one should turn an enemy into an ally. See more »


Duke of Wellington: Feinting - distracting the attacker so that they do not enter the fray at a point that could be catastrophic.
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Uncertainty in the Throne
25 February 2019 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

There are a couple issues at work here. One is Albert's need for attention. He is taking on the idea of a big technology exposition, inviting numerous countries to attend. Of course, it would be expensive. Victoria makes an offhand comment and nearly plunges England and Greece into war. Oh, and that stupid Duchess finally goes too far (fair or unfair) and incites that psychotic husband of hers. It will be interesting to see how this is resolved.

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