If you had to fall into a woman’s arms, my son, why couldn’t they have been Margaery Tyrell’s? The wealth and power of Highgarden could have made all the difference in the fighting yet to come. And perhaps Grey Wind would have liked the smell of her as well. –Catelyn II, ASoS
Loras remembered the moment when all the smiles died, when King in the North Robb Starkurged his horse past his own betrothed, Roslin Frey, to lay the queen of beauty’s laurel in Margaery’s lap. He could see it still: a crown of winter roses, blue as frost.
Since Robb Stark first saw Margaery Tyrell he felt ridiculously attracted to her. Unfurtunately Margaery dated Joffrey Baratheon. But even so, Robb found ways to get in touch to her: everytime he had a date, he went to her flower shop to buy bouquets. It was her roses he gave to Jeyne Westerling, Myrcella Baratheon and Roslin Frey but in truth he wanted to give the roses to Margaery. When she broke up with Joffrey, Robb didn’t had the courage to ask her out, so he counted with the help of his brothers, Jon and Sansa, who were friends to Margaery, to set up a blind date for them.
“Ineverknew just what it was About this old coffee shop I love so much All of the while I neverknew Ahh”