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The Queen used this room primarily to meet with her tutor whom she hired to give her a “real” education.
The Queen's formal Buckingham Palace sitting room. She meets with the Prime Ministers and dignitaries in this room. In this scene she meets Prime Minister Churchill about the visit of the Foreign Secretary to the United States of America.
The Queen and Philip walk through the foyer to the meeting with Churchil
The Queen is talking on the phone.
After the meeting with Churchill is over the Queen and Philip where alking through the hall and billiard room.
The Queen meets with the new Prime Minister, who apparently had a severe problem.
The Queen and the new Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher meet for the first time at Buckingham Palace.
The Duke of Oxford arrives by plane at his mansion. He is welcomed by Shola and Polly.
Neil Kenlock and Conrad are training in the garden.
Elton gives a party at his LA mansion.
Esti and Ronit stop here to share their worries about their affair right after Esti was reported at the school where she teaches in for having been spotted on an intimate moment by a colleague.
A carriage approaches the royal residence and a female passenger is thrown out and lands with her face down in the mud.
The Queen walks in the garden of the royal residence.
Sherlock Holmes meets Ann Kelmot and tells her what he knows of her by reading her hand palm.
Enola and Lestrade are both sent away from Tewkesbury's home by his mother and uncle.
Queen Mary eats in the Drawing Room and learns that her son George VI has just died.
The queen drowns in self-pity: 'Everyone leaves me...or dies'.
The dowager Queen Mary meets with her son, the Duke of Windsor for the first time in 9 years.
Abigail sits on the ground crying.
Lady Sarah walks through the royal residence.
The Long Gallery was used for this scene when Queen Mary walks down the hall in Windsor Castle – going to see David, her son The Duke of Windsor in the library at Windsor.
Lara is briefed about Jonathan Reiss by MI6 agents Stevens and Calloway.
In a goverment building Elizabeth gives a speech to the government saying she will be taking the name of Windsor and not Mountbatten.
Lestrade tries to expose Enola at Tewkesbury's home where she claims to be an assistant of Sherlock Holmes.
Mrs. de Winter walks through her new home 'Manderlay'.