The winner is crowned in the second-season finale. First, the three remaining ladies have a waltz lesson, a dress fitting and a final date. They also have the opportunity to plead their cases to the judges prior to the final decision.
The four remaining women paint self-portraits and then learn they will dine with aristocrats. To prepare, they brush up on dinner-table manners, ladylike car exits, diction and guidelines for conversation. The final challenge of the evening finds them singing as the after-dinner entertainment.
The five remaining gals learn about traditional afternoon tea, and then host a tea party with Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia (the mother of host Catherine Oxenberg). Later, the women receive a cricket lesson.
After completing a military-style obstacle course, the women receive a ballet lesson to learn grace and poise. Later, they attend a ballet performance, where they are formally introduced to the dancers.
After arriving in London, the women receive a lesson in public speaking and put their new skills to the test by giving speeches at Oxford University. Later, they go to a horse race attended by the queen.
The second season kicks off as 12 young women begin their princess training with a lesson in posture and composure. Then they compete in a team rowing challenge and a formal-dining test, leading to the elimination of three ladies.