In the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea we explore hundreds of years of fascinating history while also delving into the lives and lifestyles of the wealthy and royal who inhabit the wealthiest district in Britain.
Monty, formerly Maisie, is a barge with royal connections. River homes agent Nick Austin shows us round this beautiful floating property that once hosted Prince Philip and whose signature gets a whole page in the visitor log book.
Just above the Thames is Holland Park, one of London's lushest green spaces, and back garden to some of the priciest houses in Britain owned by the likes of Robbie Williams and the Beckhams. Head gardener Owen Rogers is charged with upholding the legacy of Lady Elizabeth Holland, who introduced the dahlia to Britain in 1804, with an elaborate planting scheme that needs finishing in just one very hot day and he's feeling the pressure.
We step inside Peter Jones, John Lewis's iconic flagship store on Sloane Square, where we meet Ian, a passionate employee of 25 years, who shows us exclusive views from the rooftop where only staff have access and suggests that he has spotted many a royal there, rooting around the linen department.
We head down the Fulham Road to Bibendum, a 2 Michelin-starred restaurant in one of London's most beautiful examples of art deco architecture where the signature seafood platter is over £200 and Princess Diana dined with her celebrity pals in the 90s.
We head up to Sloane Street, crammed with luxury boutiques where jeweller Anabela Chan awaits a bespoke hat by royal milliner Awon Golding, and we learn about the street's famous resident Jane Austen, and an infamous connection to Oscar Wilde.
Finally, in one of the most dog-friendly boroughs in Britain, we attend a haute couture charity photo shoot, involving royal milliners hats with several four-legged friends, including the late Queen's favourite breed, a rescue Corgi.