1992 was a year of scandal, tragedy, and turmoil for the royal family that stretched the monarchy's credibility to its breaking point. From Fergie's topless scandal, to Charles and Diana's separation, and the Great Fire at Windsor--no one could quite believe the Queen's bad luck. This intriguing documentary argues that the impact of the events of 1992 threw the monarchy into a profound identity crisis. But what would it become instead, and how did the Queen weather the storm of 1992 to become more popular than ever?