As Jack gives his wedding vows it is revealed that he was born on the 15th of Spetember 1891.
The House of Eliott has appointed Joseph Wint, a bookkeeper.
Sir Desmond has received a letter from Aunt Lydia saying that she plans to stay in the USA with Arthur.
Four years have passed since Henry Eliott died.
Jack has officially closed his photographic studio.
Gille: Well, are you going to turn me down?
Beatrice: Jack, we might never be offered this chance again. Gille is arguably the finest...
Jack: It's more than that isn't it? I've seen the way you look at him.
(Bea finally makes up her mind)
Bea: I have had such a wonderful day…I don't want it to end.
Jack: It doesn't have to. You know what I mean.
Bea: Yes. I will marry you Jack. I will marry you Jack Maddox.
This second series of The House Of Eliott attracted in excess of ten million viewers each week when it was first shown on BBC1 in 1992.
The cast and crew spent two months filming this episode on location in Paris.
To ensure they achieved the authentic look of 1924 Paris, filming took place at the Gare de L'Est at 3.30 am on a Sunday morning in order to avoid all modern cars and pedestrians.