Character  Noble Male Lord Season 3
Lord Hans
Lord Hans
Biographical Information
Real Name: Lord Hans
Title: Lord Hans
Born: 1540s
Religion: Protestant
Originally From: Stockholm, Sweden
Current Location: London, England
Interests: Lady Lola
Affiliations: Kingdom of Denmark
Physical Description
Gender: Male Male
Status: Alive
Character Information
First appearance: Clans
Portrayed by: Christopher Russell

Lord Hans is a close friend of Prince Magnus, and is romantically interested in Lady Lola.

Early LifeEdit

Prince Magnus and Queen Elizabeth have been writing letter back and forth for months, and Prince Magnus has decided to make the trip to England to work out a marriage arrangement.

Season 3Edit

Lord Hans and Prince Magnus arrived in England to meet Queen Elizabeth after Prince Magnus had been writing her for months. Lord Hans accompanied his close friend, Prince Magnus who was also looking for a wife in Queen Elizabeth. Hans introduced them to Her Majesty, and her Lady-in-waiting, Lady Lola. Elizabeth took them on a tour of the castle where Lola explained she had a son from her first husband who had passed. Queen Elizabeth introduced them to The Whisper Gallery that her father, the late King Henry VIII had created to seduce women.

Later, Elizabeth brought them out to one of the yards for a snow-tag fight. With each country pitted agents the other. Prince Magnus won after hitting Elizabeth in the face twice.

That night at dinner, Elizabeth and himself were talking about the oxen she was wanting to buy off them for England. When he reached to high in asking for a public decliration of thanks, Queen Elizabeth stormed off, and Lady Lola followed her. Magnus soon followed, but became angry after hearing a declaration of war. After Lola admitted to being the one to say it, Magnus banned her from Denmark, before he and Hans left. Skipping their tour on London, England for the next day and went straight back to Denmark.

Historical NotesEdit

  • In 1397, Denmark entered into a personal union with Norway and Sweden, united under Queen Margaret I. The three countries were to be treated as equals in the union until the 1530s.
  • Denmark and Norway were considered one colony, until 1814. Much Like how Briton owned North America.
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