In 1997, after the death of Lady Diana  in a car accident in Paris, the Queen and The Establishment do not accept to honor the Princess as a member of the Royal Family. However, the public and the media question the utility of the monarchy and the just-elected Prime Minister Tony Blair advises the Queen to make a public speech mourning the loss of Diana. This is not only a bright stategy, but also an opportunity for the Royal Family to mourn the loss of its 2 hair princes, and reestablish its authority as its popularity was lower than ever. Queen Elisabeth finally supports Diana's ex-husband Prince Charles, who favours the general public's desire for an official expression of grief. As the tradition-bound world of the Queen of England clashes with the modernity of the country's  Prime Minister Tony Blair, the destiny of the the dinasty of England is at stake.