- Charlotte gives birth.
- Violet discovered a secret.
- George and Charlotte’s line will live on.
Queen Charlotte’s final episode wrapped up the show’s past and present timelines. Charlotte and George made it through the darkest of times to step into the light together. Let’s break down the ending of Queen Charlotte:
Following his rescue from the clutches of Doctor Monro, Charlotte goes to check on George in the observatory. He pushes her away and tells her to go back to Buckingham House. He orders her to leave, but she defies him. Charlotte refuses to leave him.
Charlotte’s realized that George has stayed away because he loves her. George believes he’s trying to protect her. Charlotte loves him, even though he doesn’t think he’s deserving of it. If he says that he doesn’t love her, only then will she walk away.
“I am a madman. I am a danger. In my mind, there are different worlds creeping in. The heavens and the Earth collide. I do not know where I am,” George says.
None of that matters to Charlotte. “I will stand with you between the heavens and the Earth. I will tell you where you are,” she replies.
George admits that he loves her and has always loved her. “From the moment I saw you trying to go over the wall, I have loved you desperately. I cannot breathe when you are not there. I love you, Charlotte. My heart calls your name,” he cries before they share a passionate kiss.
He’s never been able to share the secret of his madness with anyone until now. “George, it is you and me. We can do this. Together,” Charlotte promises. They start anew. He’s excited about their baby’s arrival, which is happening soon.
Meanwhile, Lady Danbury goes to meet Lord Ledger at their spot after their hookup. This time, he’s brought Violet with him. Through careful words, he ends their affair. Lady Danbury thanks him for his kindness.
Reynolds tells Charlotte that George has good days and bad days. She’s not worried about George. Later, Brimsley and Reynolds think about the future and serving the king and queen together. Reynolds hints that it’s possible for them to be together through this journey. “Great love can make miracles,” he says.
Coral reveals to Lady Danbury that there is a concern for the king’s welfare, and the palace is in jeopardy. Princess Augusta shows up at Kew, but Charlotte prevents her from seeing George. Princess Augusta stresses to Charlotte that George has to rule over his people and face Parliament. “He is not even trying, and you are allowing it,” she says. Princess Augusta is leaving the fate of the monarchy in Charlotte’s hands.
Charlotte lets George know about the message from his mother, and they depart for Buckingham House. Charlotte meets with Lady Danbury, who doesn’t mention the situation with her estate and title, even when Charlotte asks if there’s anything she can do to help.
Violet Discovers Lady Danbury’s Secret
In the present Queen Charlotte timeline, Lady Danbury encourages Violet to enjoy every moment of her life and not to spend it all mourning the loss of Edmund. When Violet is looking at Lady Danbury’s mantle, she spots a birthday hat that her father used to make. This discovery shakes her to her core.
Charlotte is still upset with her children and a lack of an heir. During a quiet moment, she asks Brimsley if he ever married. “Who could I ever find who would be free to spend a lifetime with me? I am here. Everyone here cares for the king,” Brimsley says. But where is Reynolds?!
A suspicious Violet inquires about Lady Danbury mentioning her “garden blooming” after Lord Danbury died. She asks if there was anyone else. “I wanted to feel alive,” Lady Danbury says. “I have loved and been loved. And that is all I shall say.” Lady Danbury knows that Violet has figured out her connection to her father, so she brings up her romance with Adolphus, Charlotte’s brother.
Lady Danbury Turns Down Adolphus & A New Royal Baby Is Coming
Years earlier, Adolphus asks to call upon Lady Danbury now that she is out of mourning. She thinks she’s got it all figured out. If she marries Adolphus, this will secure her title.
Charlotte goes into labor, and George is by her side despite normal protocol. He supports her every step of the way. When Charlotte starts losing blood because the baby is breech, George aids in her delivery using some of his Farmer George tactics. Charlotte gives birth to a beautiful baby boy.
After the delivery, Lady Danbury takes a walk with Adolphus and sees Lord Ledger from a distance. She’s literally knocked off her feet. Later, she breaks down in tears in front of Princess Augusta, who wants none of this. Princess Augusta tells Lady Danbury that she’s endured hardships and “found a way” to control her own fate. She urges Lady Danbury to do the same. “Cover your bruises and endure. Do not lose control of your fate, Agatha,” she stresses.
George prepares to speak to parliament, but he can’t even get out of the carriage when it’s time. He locks himself in the carriage. Charlotte later finds him under the bed. He’s able to hide from the heavens under there. She gets down there and lies beside him. He’s upset with himself and thinks she should leave him.
“You have half a husband, Charlotte. Half a life. I cannot give you the future you deserve. Not a full me. Not a full marriage. Only half. half a man. Half a king. Half a life,” he says.
Charlotte has the perfect response: “If what we have is half, then we shall make it the very best half. I love you. It is enough.” She vows to never leave him. “Together, we are whole,” she says.
George is worried about the Parliament situation. Charlotte offers up the idea of a ball at Buckingham House. Bring Parliament to them.
Adolphus asks Lady Danbury to marry him. He is smitten with her, but she doesn’t respond right away. When they kiss, she doesn’t feel that spark. Upon seeing Lord Ledger at the ball, she knows in her heart that she can’t marry Adolphus.
George and Charlotte come out at the ball together. He’s nervous but she talks him through it. They share a dance, and he speaks before Parliament members and others at the celebration about the royal baby, who they have named George IV.
Lady Danbury and Adolphus circle back to his engagement. She asks him what their life would be like. He brings up more children and how she’d have a different role in society. Lady Danbury turns down his proposal. She knows this marriage would save her a lot of headaches, but she just can’t be in that situation again.
“I cannot marry you. I cannot marry anyone. I never want to be married again,” Lady Danbury tells Adolphus. She wants to “learn to breathe” on her own. He believes she’s making a terrible mistake, but Lady Danbury is steadfast in her decision.
Princess Augusta shares a moment with Charlotte at the ball. She’s only ever wanted George to be happy, and she knows that he is with Charlotte. As Charlotte and George dance the night away, Brimsley and Reynolds do the same thing away from the crowd. Years later, Brimsley is dancing, but this time he’s alone. He’s remembering that moment from ages ago.
Charlotte confronts Lady Danbury about turning down Adolphus. She ultimately understands her decision, but she’s more upset about Lady Danbury not coming to her about her inheritance and titles. She wants Lady Danbury to come to her and George next time.
Later, George is trying to celebrate with some champagne, but Charlotte refuses. She’s pregnant again and hints that she’s having twins. George and Charlotte’s line has been secured.
Queen Charlotte Ending
Prince Edward and his wife, Victoria, arrive at the palace to see Charlotte. Victoria is pregnant. The heir has been secured. Charlotte is overjoyed.
Lady Danbury shows up at Violet’s house and sees all the birthday hats on display. Despite Violet’s prodding, Lady Danbury doesn’t reveal her secret. It’s her love to keep.
Charlotte goes to see George to tell him about Edward and Victoria’s baby. When he’s off in his own world, she gets under the bed, just like they used to. “Come… hide from the heavens with me,” she says. He follows her. She tells him about the baby. “Your line with live on,” Charlotte says.
George responds, “Our line.” When she looks over, she sees young George. She thanks him for their life together. He does the same. They share a loving kiss. “You did not go over the wall,” George says. Charlotte replies, “No, George. I did not go over the wall.” When he looks over, young Charlotte is staring back. It’s always been George and Charlotte facing the world… together.
Click to Subscribe to Get Our Free HollywoodLife Daily Newsletter to get the hottest celeb news.