Based on the novel by CA Jones, 'Little Sir Nicholas' is a story set in the Victorian era about heritage, identity and family rivalries. It was always the destiny for the sons of the wealthy and proud Tremaine family of Cornwall to join the Royal Navy but this legacy seems doomed to end when Sir Walter Tremaine, his wife and his four-year-old son Nicholas drown when their ship capsizes in stormy weather. Five years later, Lady Tremaine-- still yet to come to terms with the loss of her son and grandson-- advertises across the country for a new heir thus bringing the... promise of wealth to impoverished Londoner Joanna Tremaine, who hopes her ten-year-old son Gerald will be the child chosen to inherit the Tremaine title and fortune. However, just as Joanna settles her family into a luxurious life, a new discovery threatens to destroy her newfound happiness: Little Sir Nicholas has been found alive and well in a small coastal French village. As Nicholas struggles to adjust to life back in England, feelings of rivalry, bitterness, resentment and anger quickly emerge on the return of the little boy. And just how far will Joanna go to ensure Gerald retains his new title...? [show more]
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Six-part adaptation of the novel by Cecilia Anne Jones. The Tremaine family have, for many generations, bred proud-serving Royal Navy officers. When the Tremaine heir, along with his wife and their four-year-old son, go missing at sea during a storm, Lady Tremaine (Rachel Gurney) seeks a new heir to her family's estate. When she discovers a distant relative in the shape of ten-year-old Gerald Tremaine (Jonathan Norris), she invites him and his mother to inherit the family fortune. While the new heir settles into his new life however, presumed dead Nicholas (Max Beazley), now nine and the rightful heir, is found alive and well and brought home to be reinstated in his position as head of the Tremaine family. Just how will Gerald cope with being replaced?