It's a particularly difficult time for Hazel who has just had a miscarriage. She and James had not been particularly close of late and the miscarriage has driven them even further apart. When she is most in need of love and understanding, James is at his most aloof acting as if Hazel was staying in her bed with a minor ailment. James is in a funk, not happy about anything in his life. He doesn't like his work and is searching for something new to interest him. He seems to be taken with his step-cousin, Georgina Worsley, taking her to a Regimental ball. Richard thinks James is treating Hazel very badly and they have an angry exchange, leading James to ask his father to move out of the house. The ill-feeling upstairs has it's effect on the servants as Rose and Hudson take sides leading Daisy to break down in tears.
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This episode takes place from May to June 1914. See more
If they claim the right to vote like men, they ought to be flogged like men.
What Are We Going To Do with Uncle Arthur
Music by Alexander Faris
Lyrics by Alfred Shaughnessy
Instrumental version heard during closing credits See more