Eleanor the Fourteenth

Eleanor the Fourteenth Sick in Bed

Known colloquially as “The Sick Queen”, Eleanor XIV spent the majority of her reign in bed with a variety of symptoms.

Her reign marked one of the darkest chapters in the history of the Empire of Australia and ended in a likely poisoning by her aunt, Isabella de l’île Verte. Isabella’s plot to dethrone her niece was uncovered and the former committed suicide by dagger upon learning that she had been unmasked as the would-be assassin of the Empress.

Upon her death, Eleanor XIV’s daughter (Eleanor XV), merely three years old at the time, became Empress of Australia and would go on to become one of the greatest leaders in the history of the Empire.

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