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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.
Philip speaks to the members of the Coronation Committee.
Lara is briefed about Jonathan Reiss by MI6 agents Stevens and Calloway.
Abigail sits on the ground crying.
Mrs. Danvers welcomes Mrs. de Winter at Manderlay.
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'.
Sherlock at the Temple of the Four Orders.
Steve sneaks inside the castle for the party where the Ludendorff show off his weapon.
The dowager Queen Mary meets with her son, the Duke of Windsor for the first time in 9 years.
The queen drowns in self-pity: 'Everyone leaves me...or dies'.
Queen Mary eats in the Drawing Room and learns that her son George VI has just died.
The Trowbridge ball.
Mrs. de Winter and Mrs. Danvers walk through Manderlay.
Dominic and Jacob have an aggressive encounter.
The Geographers Guild of Britain (internal shots), where Paddington hopes to find the explorer who taught his beloved Aunt Lucy everything she knows about his new home.
Queen Mary's bedroom
Lara Croft fighting in the library.
The servants get ready to greet the Duke of Windsor as he comes to visit his mother, Queen Mary.
Lady Sarah Churchill starts throwing books at her rival Abigail.
David doesn't listen to mommy and the Library is turned into a radio station where he broadcasts his final message to his subjects.
The Queen reaches the Library at Windsor Castle where her son and his girlfriend Wallis await. He wants to give one final speech to his countrymen but she is against it.
Queen Anne and Sarah Churchill discus the war against France while the Duchess of Marlborough admires a scale model of a new palace that the monarch is giving her.