Victoria and Prince Albert begin to worry about their future together, when Victoria's efforts to secure Albert a settlement are rejected by parliament.
Albert is publicly humiliated by the Duke of Sussex threatening the royal couple's happiness.
Victoria is forced to consider who will be regent, further compounding the shock of her pregnancy.
A threat to Victoria's life leaves her in fear and she clashes with Albert as she attempts to preserve her independence.
Despite giving birth to a healthy prince, Victoria finds herself paralysed by sorrow.
When news of the horrific famine in Ireland finally reaches the Queen, she is adamant that her government should be doing more to help.
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