Today in the UK it is Mothering Sunday, so this post is dedicated to ALL mum’s, young and old, my own particularly. Thank you for always being there. ❤❤

Also to those who’s mother’s are no longer with them but who are remembered everyday. 😍😍

I hope everyone has a wonderful day! 😘😘


I’m not sure with the gloves off one-by-one is even properly *A Thing* as such, but who the hell cares when you see how much Peter enjoys the image he’s just created with his own fingers.

Also, (and speaking of Who who) just from the state of The Greatest Mustache it’s clear this interview was done very very early on in the filming of The Musketeers. So what we know that Peter didn’t know when he said he’d been waiting his whole life for a role like the cardinal is that he was just about to be given the role he’d REALLY been waiting his whole life for.

Which of course was great for Peter, but meant Armand’s reign of delicious theatrical villainy was oh so tragically short-lived alas.


“People don’t understand the word ruthless. They think it means ‘mean.’ It’s not about being mean. It’s about seeing the bright, clear line […] The line that goes from motive to means. Beginning to end. It’s about seeing that bright, clear line and not caring about anything but the beautiful fact that you can see the solution. Not caring about anything else but the perfection of it.”

— Marco, Book #30: The Reunion, (by K.A. Applegate)


Richelieu reacting to people storming into his office and demanding things. D’Artagnan vs Treville.

(I love how d’Artagnan goes in there with guards hanging off him and leaves with guards hanging off him. But when Treville storms in it’s just another tuesday for Richelieu - and then he even agrees with him, because being shouted at by Treville is just regular business).

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