King Charles II Posted January 16 Share Posted January 16 Quote The King's Private Chamber The Kings Private Chambers included a smaller, more modest bedroom, a parlour, and his dining room, places where he entertained the very elite of society. The ceilings contained mythological scenes of Jupiter seducing various maidens, except the dining room which represented a feast of the gods, with red lobsters, fish and fowl carved out of wood on the pillars around the room. (OOC - the thread will start in the parlour with arrivals and then move to the dining room. Everyone invited will be shown into the parlour by one of the ushers.) Their Majesties were already awaiting their guests in the King's pretty parlour adjoining his private dining room whilst holding glasses of wine. As the time came for the guests to arrive, the King had Kingston put his justacorps back on and fix his cravat, for he ever preferred to repose without both. He spared a smile for his Queen, for whom they were holding this mostly German dinner to honour Ru's efforts in hosting everyone at Windsor, as his blond gentleman affixed his most opulent cravat pin. She, on the other hand, looked perfectly royal already. "So, what do you think of this young German prince?" he asked her. "I do hope he can hold interesting conversation." For His Majesty so hated to be bored. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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