Audio problem: Apparently, Ralph's surname was changed at the last minute from the British Royal Family surname of "Windsor" to "Windham." There are several points in the film, where there is a lip-sync problem, due to the differences of the name, because it has been dubbed.
Ralph exposes Lord Graves' attempts to usurp him from the throne and, after announcing that he's arranged for some badly-needed jobs to be created, abdicates the throne to Cedric who also has royal blood. Ralph is made a Duke, marries Miranda and has a son, continuing the Wyndham line.
Sir Cedric Willingham: How's it going, Your Majesty?
Ralph Jones: Great. We've got nothing in common and she's got a voice like a tuba. If she had her way, we'd have sex on a bed of nails on national television. But at least the party stinks.
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