The universal appeal of rich man falling for working class girl is the theme of this comedy.
Starring Lorraine Chase and John Standing as a couple whose romance brings social barriers crashing to the ground.
The departue of Lorraine's flatemate prompts her to move to another area. Hamsptead is ideal: close enough to town, but far enough from Charles' Belgravia flat to prove she is not at his beck and call. Charles is uitably upset, especially when he learns that Lorraine's old friend Jeremy, a hunky Australian model, also occupies a flat in the same block.
Lorraine's cousin, Sharon, thinks she may be pregnant, and arranges for the test results to be phoned through to her at Lorraine's number. Unfortunately for Lorraine, a Family Planning leaflet left by the phone is found by Charles, who inevitably leaps to the wrong conclusion.
Lorraine is upset by the discovery that Charles is seeing Sybilla again. She makes up her mind and gives him an ultimatum; either he breaks off his engagement with Sybilla, or they come to the parting of the ways. Reaching a decision is always problematic for Charles, but this time it seems the matter is out of his hands entirely...
Lorraine asks Charles to help an old lady named Nora, who looked after her as a child and is now facing eviction. Charles thinks he has more than enough experience to handle this. Not so easy to handle is a request from Lorraine's father; seven tickets to the Cup Final.
Charles and Lorraine are asked to help with a fete to raise funds in aid of a church restoration. Their ideas include an all-star football match and bingo with valuable prixes. George and Lorraine's ex-boyfriend Brian can can assist with the valuable prizes, but as the day of the fete dawns, famous footballers are in rather short supply.
A Fancy dress ball will bring out the idiotic in most men, and Charles and Freddy are no exceptions; Charles makes an unlikely Charles II, and Freddy is no better as Robin Hood. Lorraine is in a bubbly mood dressed as a flapper and determined to enjoy the ball, despite a confession from Charles concerning the previous night's activities.