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aph-headcanon:

“Every time Arthur leaves for work, he constantly checks on her, and makes going home his top priority. She doesn’t represent England. None of the nations as old as England could remember her, for she is what’s left from the Wars of the Roses.
She represented the House of York, while Arthur represented the House of Lancaster.
Even then, they lived together and cared for each other.
They would get into fights about England’s heir to the throne, but they would take care of each other afterwards.
On the day Henry VII married Elizabeth of York, Alice fainted, and didn’t wake up until days later. This frightened Arthur as he knew that he is the main representation of their nation, and that the marriage between Mary and Henry meant Lancastrian victory, but Alice survived as the Yorkist tried to overthrow Henry VII’s son, Henry VIII.
But she was constantly on the verge of dying.
The moment Henry VIII separated the English church and created the Church of England, Arthur urged Alice to represent it, Alice agreed.
Even that couldn’t restore her health, and her vigor.
Arthur blames himself for his sister’s pain, so he made it his job to look after her.
She already forgave him, but he hasn’t forgiven himself.” — AzureySkies

aph-headcanon:

“Every time Arthur leaves for work, he constantly checks on her, and makes going home his top priority. She doesn’t represent England. None of the nations as old as England could remember her, for she is what’s left from the Wars of the Roses.

She represented the House of York, while Arthur represented the House of Lancaster.

Even then, they lived together and cared for each other.

They would get into fights about England’s heir to the throne, but they would take care of each other afterwards.

On the day Henry VII married Elizabeth of York, Alice fainted, and didn’t wake up until days later. This frightened Arthur as he knew that he is the main representation of their nation, and that the marriage between Mary and Henry meant Lancastrian victory, but Alice survived as the Yorkist tried to overthrow Henry VII’s son, Henry VIII.

But she was constantly on the verge of dying.

The moment Henry VIII separated the English church and created the Church of England, Arthur urged Alice to represent it, Alice agreed.

Even that couldn’t restore her health, and her vigor.

Arthur blames himself for his sister’s pain, so he made it his job to look after her.

She already forgave him, but he hasn’t forgiven himself.” — AzureySkies

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