*looks into the Chrystal ball*
George falls head over heels for Avon (his sisters would be-suitor) so rather than discouraging the match he eggs him on so as to have an excuse to see him more often to 'discuss' things - quite forgetting to keep up appearances visiting his own fiancee. Feeling abandoned, Mina decides to end it all herself, on the same day that Mirtel poisons Mina. The two poisons counteract each other, although making Mina beastly ill. Mirtel, belatedly struck by a case of the guilt's, nurses Mina through a dilirum in which she learns how wronged Mina has been by the men in her life (Most especially by Charles Whitehurst.) Mirtel comes to care less and less for men while commencing an affair with Mina. George forgives Mirtel. Mirtel forgives Avon. Avon Forgives Charles Whitehurst. Mina forgives noone. To maintain their standing within proper society, Mirtel marries Avon, and George marries Mina, and the four live a perverse symbiotic relationship 'happily ever after'.
The King is so pleased that he sacks Charles Whitehurst as Lord Lieutenant of London, and gives George the job instead.
The nation then spends a week in celebration.