Mama Bear Mode ACTIVATED!


#protect baby hobbit Roland Hood at all costs


“A son!”  The Queen Dowager had said first, spotting the gender before it could be proclaimed officially. “Praise Jesu! My sweet Elizabeth, it’s a boy! A Prince!”

request by anon Prince Arthur Tudor’s birth

On Septembre 20, 1486 Arthur Tudor was born shortly after midnight on September 20, 1486, just eight months after his parent’s marriage. King Henry was optimistic and insisted his son be born at Winchester, the legendary capital of King Arthur’s Camelot. Henry required the child be named Arthur, anticipating his reign and dynasty would bring back the golden age of the legendary king.
Arthur’s christening took place at Winchester Cathedral. The baptism rites followed the etiquette observed for all of King Edward IV’s ten children. He was christened in front of the entire congregation, including the remaining members of the Yorkist nobility and their wives. Elizabeth Woodville, Arthur’s maternal grandmother, was his godmother while his aunt, Cecily of York, carried the baby into the church.


*hearing what a dark and terrible person his mom use to be*
Henry: *heart eyes harder*


Movies to watch before you die: 12 Angry Men (1957)

It’s always difficult to keep personal prejudice out of a thing like this. And wherever you run into it, prejudice always obscures the truth. I don’t really know what the truth is. I don’t suppose anybody will ever really know. 

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