What would you do if you were twenty-five, unemployed, still living with your parents and had absolutely nothing to move on to in life? Nick Copeman's answer was to change his name by deed poll to His Majesty King Nicholas I and found an empire from his royal seat - a caravan just outside Sheringham, Norfolk. Originally done as a bet - part of which was to arrive to sign on at Cromer Job Centre on a horse and wearing a crown - the scam soon escalated and took on a life of its own. He sells peerages over the internet, receives corporate sponsorship, becomes a local celebrity and dreams of a date with Zara Phillips. But as His Majesty starts to believe his own hype, his ever more outlandish claims start catching up with him and not all the locals are happy. How long can the high-life - a fridge full of Taste the Difference ready meals - last? Will it be a case of 'long live the King'? Or will the charvers who hang around the local Costcutter make sure it's 'off with his head'?