The series finale travels with Queen Elizabeth II to Perth, Australia, for the 2011 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, at which British prime minister David Cameron proposed changing the rules of royal succession so that a first-born girl may inherit the crown.
An inventory of some of Queen Elizabeth II's possessions, which include Westminster Abbey, the Chapels Royal and the Channel Islands, where residents refer to her as "Her Majesty the Duke of Normandy." Also: the Tower of London and other royal palaces; and the royal art collection.
Queen Elizabeth II's itinerary is examined. Included: the Braemar Gathering in Scotland, which she has attended more than 70 times; a visit to Liverpool. Also: 3-D footage of Elizabeth II that was shot in 1953.
A four-part look at the customs, traditions and institutions that surround the British monarchy begins in London, the capital of royal life. Included: the Grenadier Guards and Scots Guards, both of which protect Buckingham Palace; the opening of Parliament by Queen Elizabeth II.