Class divides, love unites
Follows events when the emerging nouveau riche, including the Trenchard family, rub shoulders with London's established upper classes and when secrets from the past threaten to emerge.
- “Belgravia is an entertainment, first and foremost – and a cracking good one at that – but it also serves as a biting critique of the unearned shame spurred by prejudice that severs our connection from those we love.” – RogerEbert.com
- ""Belgravia" is gorgeously appointed, it's romantic enough, it's grounded in the manners of a far more delicate time when everyone stood six-feet apart lest they bump hands." – Boston Globe
- “Belgravia has all the touchstones of a bodice-ripper. Great romance and thrilling revenge. And the usual coterie of leaching and sneering in-laws.” – Sydney Morning Herald