Alan asks Amy to watch his sermon, but Amy wants to be on her own. Usha wants to know whether Amy is all right, but Alan is sharp with her. Later, Usha takes Amy a cup of tea and apologises for not telling Amy she knew Carl was married. Usha didn't know what to do for the best. Amy is angry that Usha thought she was fully aware of Carl's marital status, and allowed her to make a fool of herself. Amy doesn't know who to trust anymore.
Ian brings Adam breakfast in bed. Adam is glad they have been able to spend so much time together, even if it was a result of suffering a head injury. It is Ian's last day off work and the couple plan to make the most of it.
Jennifer tells Adam they have hired someone to help out with the farm work.
Jennifer compliments Alan on a lovely, heartfelt service. But Alan is distracted and thinking of Amy as Jennifer talks about the Jubilee cake and the death of Fly, the old Home Farm sheepdog.
Later, Amy is ignoring Usha. As Usha attempts to make amends, Alan asks her to let him deal with Amy.
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