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Thy Kingdom Come


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In the early hours of a bright, sunny Sunday morning, Her Royal Highness Princess Victoria appeared in the balcony window to a enormous crowd of Scottish, Welsh, and English subjects. It was her coronation day. As she made her way to the newly built royal palace in London she would contemplate her new role as head of state and head of the armed forces of the reborn United Kingdom. Once she arrived she would be escorted to the throne room where dignitaries and newly elected government officials waited to see the new queen. The Archbishop of Canterbury would be the presider over the coronation ceremony. As everyone took their appropriate places, Princess Victoria would approach the Archbishop.

 

The Archbishop would ask, "Princess Victoria Middleton, it is your birthright to claim the throne of Great Britain. Do you claim the throne?"

 

"Yes I do," she said softly but very clear.

 

"By the power vested in my in me by God, I confirm your claim to the throne and declare you Queen Victoria, sovereign of Great Britain and protector of the realm."

 

And thus a new age came upon the United Kingdom.

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The Northlands recognizes and welcomes the United Kingdom once more. We will immediately begin removing peacekeepers from the region. 

 

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Queen Victoria,

 

Please accept my congratulations on your ascension to the throne of Great Britain. I am pleased to see the island governed by such a capable leader and I wish you and your people the very best. I recognize that you are likely busy with the duties necessary to establish your nation, however I cordially invite you to Noordenwind to discuss relations between our nations. As close neighbors, I believe that a great deal of good can and will come from cooperation between the Northlands and United Kingdom. In the darkness of violence that plagues our continent, I believe western Europe can remain a shining example of peace and prosperity. 

 

Respectfully, 

King William IV

 

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