Lady Lavender, whom the rest of the family consider to be mad, asks her solicitor Franklyn, to make over all her shares in the United Jack Rubber Company, the family plantation, to Ivy. ... See full summary »
James Twelvetrees gets teased constantly by Poppy and he is embarrassed by it. She even likes to feel his muscles. Alf suggests that he should feel his boots up and it would allow him to move up to the aristocracy if he marries her.
Lady Lavender who is a bit dotty has left shares in the United Jack Rubber Company, the family plantation to Ivy. Well at least it is not to the parrot and the family solicitor has been called in for the arrangements. This causes problems for Lord George as it would mean she would have the deciding vote in any board meeting. He confides to Alf about this not knowing that he is Ivy's dad.
Perry and Croft seem to be a bit bolshy in this series, they really have a sympathy with Alf's point of view and really stick it to the upper classes. Then again Lord George has had to up the allowance for one of Teddy's mistakes. She had twins.