Second, she proposes the "Cambridge Lover's Knot Tiara." I'll forgive the production that mistake, because so many people still refer to Queen Mary's Lover's Knot Tiara by that name. That tiara, at least, is the Queen's personal property. The dresser tells Margaret that she can't wear either, but Margaret insists that the Queen won't mind.
I'm not sure it really is, but that portrait above the curio cabinet sure looks like Young Queen Mary, glaring angrily down at this discussion of royal jewelry. Someone really needs to mail Peter Morgan a copy of Hugh Roberts's book on the Queen's diamonds, if nothing else.
The other thing she's not supposed to do? Change the speech. But she does, adding a bunch of cringe-worthy, flowery prose at the beginning, and then putting in a bunch of rather pointed jokes.
She and Captain Imbert-Terry, the castle's owner, are walking back to the Vyners' house when someone from the PM's office tracks her down and explains that she needs to head back to London immediately.
What did you think of episode eight? (Remember, no spoilers for future episodes!)