The Queen’s Abduction and the Feminine Sovereignty

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Once upon a time, the Queen was abducted and kept in a prison underground. Her baby was left behind her. The king entrusted the child to a nanny in the countryside. Her people who loved her were questioning about her disappearance. So the king who had planned to steal her power, presented them an other woman who had the exact Queen’s appearance but pretended to…




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