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Victoria 'Brocket Hall' Recap – Confessions


Victoria Episode Two, ‘Brocket Hall’ Recap


Another week means another Sunday night spent in the palace of Queen Victoria. Step inside and you’ll discover a world of intrigue, politics and beauty.


Tonight’s installment covers a lot of ground, so before I’m tempted to say more in this introduction, let’s get to the important bit: the recap.

A Suitor Parade; Pressure to Marry

Spearheaded by her uncle, Victoria comes under pressure to take a husband. An English cousin is put forth (a match met favorably by the British) while the Russian czar also reenters Victoria’s life. At present, Victoria has little aptitude to marry.

Leopold wishes Victoria to marry his nephew, Albert. Albert is educated and would be the perfect match for Victoria. Or so Leopold thinks. An advantage to seeing Victoria marry would be having a man in her life other than Melbourne who Leopold dislikes. He sees Victoria’s attachment to the man, and suffice to say, he doesn’t like it.

The Romantic Moment







Photos: ITV. This recap first appeared on Silver Petticoat Review
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  1. I haven't watched Victoria yet but I enjoyed reading your recap. I have read a bit about her life. I'm a fan of Jenna Coleman from her Doctor Who days so I'll be sure to check this series out.

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    1. YAY! Hope you enjoy then, Carlyn. If you liked Downton Abbey or other similar British shows, I think you'd enjoy this one. (Also, Jenna is perfectly suited to this role.)

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