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“Well I have worn Papa’s hat more times than you ever shall,” declares little Alexandre, “as he is my Papa, and so there.”
“Hush, Alexandre,” says Marie Cessette, “Louis can wear Uncle d’Artagnan’s hat if he likes. He’s the king.”
“I don’t much like being king, though,” Louis tells Alexandre seriously. “So I shall forsake hats and things and be a musketeer today instead.”
“And I shall be Saint Joan!” says Marie Cessette excitedly.
“But who shall be the king?” asks Raoul, sensible boy that he is.
“Well,” says Louis. “Obviously, you shall, Raoul.”
“Oh,” says Raoul. “Well, that’s all good then.”
- Part 2 of hark the bluebells
“I was wondering if we might talk to Auvergne about the trade routes,” she says, “and I was also wondering if perhaps you would like to get married.”
There is a small pause. The candlelight flickers.
“Tomorrow?” says Aramis, and Anne turns back to look at him right as he fully understands what she just said, which is either blessed or unfortunate, Anne’s not sure, because his eyes widen to an even more comical degree than they did before and he seems to have difficulty closing his mouth after the “tomorrow”, which had a crack at the end.
- Part 3 of hark the bluebells