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Jack, 22, student, aberystwyth (UK), manic pixie dream boy.
regmills:

the brightest witch of her age

regmills:

the brightest witch of her age

4165, 6 minutes ago

I studied at what I believe they call the University of Life. And I didn’t get a very good degree there.

528, 2 hours ago
115379, 4 hours ago

vivelareine:

The comtesse d’Artois gave birth on the sixth at three forty-five as easily as possible … I spent the entire time in her room: I need not tell my dear Mama how I suffered in seeing an heir who isn’t mine; but I still managed not to forget any attention due to the mother and child.

—Marie Antoinette to Maria Theresa, 12 August 1775

[translation: Olivier Bernier, Secrets of Marie Antoinette]

560, 8 hours ago

Marie Antoinette (2006)

114, 10 hours ago

Marie Antoinette (2006)

195, 11 hours ago

Marie Antoinette costume party, February 2014.

12 hours ago
6347, 13 hours ago
versailleslife:

Augustusburg Palace, dining and music hall

versailleslife:

Augustusburg Palace, dining and music hall

40, 13 hours ago
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1009, 13 hours ago

I think we’re just gonna to have to be secretly in love with each other and leave it at that, Richie. 

I think we’re just gonna to have to be secretly in love with each other and leave it at that, Richie. 

368, 15 hours ago

I’ll just have a butterscotch sundae, i guess

I’ll just have a butterscotch sundae, i guess

106, 17 hours ago
boktjuv:

"Margot Tenenbaum was adopted at the age of two. Her father had always noted this when introducing her. She was a playwright and won a Braverman Grant of fifty-thousand dollars in the ninth grade. She and her brother Richie ran away from home one winter and camped out in the African Wing of the Public Archives. Four years later, she disappeared alone for almost two weeks and came back with half a finger missing."
The Royal Tenenbaums, 2002

boktjuv:

"Margot Tenenbaum was adopted at the age of two. Her father had always noted this when introducing her. She was a playwright and won a Braverman Grant of fifty-thousand dollars in the ninth grade. She and her brother Richie ran away from home one winter and camped out in the African Wing of the Public Archives. Four years later, she disappeared alone for almost two weeks and came back with half a finger missing."

The Royal Tenenbaums, 2002

5, 19 hours ago