Esau: How did you and your brothers find out about what happen between your father and Queen Caroline? How did you feel? What about finding out what happen to your own mother? You guys were babies......So cute!! =^-^= Does the King talk about them?
Esau: Father had never been against telling us about our mothers if we ask. However, I first heard the story from Mr. Grimsby, Eliot's tutor, when I was young. His only bias is towards the King, but he did not hold ill feelings towards any of the Queens, so he was the best source I could've gotten the story from.
Actually... -rubs the back of his head- Mr. Grimbsy told me the story as a sort of a wake-up call. It was what helped me mature the most, I think, or at least snap out of my bad attitude when I was young. Eliot had already been told the story, and the only thing I knew was that my mother had died at childbirth. I only learned the rest after Queen Hartley's death. I do believe Mr. Grimsby told the others, too. I couldn't tell you how they reacted, though.