At the time of this visit Victoria had been married to Albert for 2 years and had given birth to her first two children Princess Victoria and Prince Albert Edward. Amazingly their host, the Earl of Mansfield, had been planning the trip for two years, had problems with cowboy builders along the way, but ended up with just 12 hours to impress the Queen. This visit was part of a charm offensive the queen made to improve the monarchy's standing in Scotland. Scone was chosen partly because for its symbolic place in Scottish history because for centuries Scottish kings were crowned here on the Stone of Scone. Tim reveals a mystery surrounding the precise whereabouts of the original stone. It was supposedly moved to Westminster Abbey for the Kings and Queens of England (including Victoria) to be crowned upon – but was it? From remarkable record books we discover the amazing amount of cash the owner splashed on her visit and hear the story of a remarkable butler who was brought back into service for her visit. Chef and Food Historian Ivan Day helps Rosemary recreate a special Victorian recipe for a shortbread formed into regal designs that we know were served to Victoria – complete with an elaborate 3D gold gilded crown decoration.