His name is Christopher Robin,
but we generally call him Billy.
Oh. You thought he was a girl.
So did we until he was born.
Please, take a seat.
She was going to be called Rosemary
and I bought her all these delicious dresses.
Just seems a pity to waste them, don't you think?
Well, you have had an interesting life.
Looking after the Chilean ambassador's children. What fun!
And terrific parties, I should think.
It was very enjoyable. We traveled a lot.
Why would you want to look after him when you've had such fun, then?
My mother is quite ill. She'll be needing some attention from me. So staying in one place will be useful.
Well, we're going on holiday. Just to Italy. For a month or so.
Oh, very wise.
By the time you come home, I shall have your little man settled into a nice, steady routine.
That's very reassuring.
You know, the one good thing about the war is......there are lots of marvelous women around like you...
...who are never going to get married because there are no men.
So you can take on work like this. Daphne.
Yes? But it's true, isn't it?
Mummy and Daddy are going to a ball!
Your majesty. My liege.
Don't they look lovely?
Look, Billy, Mummy and Daddy are off again on holiday.
It's Daddy's first night.
Nou, how can it be his first night?
Blue is about 100 years old.
It's the first night of his new play, silly.