|The Bean Queen|
|Date:||Winter of 1558|
|In Attendance:|| King Henry |
|Description:||A servant get the chance to become Queen for a day|
- " I wanted to thank you Catherine, for teaching me to think
'The Bean Queen' also know as 'Queen for a Day' is an annual event held at French Court by King Henry. All the woman at court that and servants, or staff are eligible to attend they event, where they are given a piece of cake in the throne room, and if that cake has a bean in it, they will get to become the temparary Queen for a full day. Though they are not given real power, they do get to order other servants around, wear the Queens own clothing an jewellery (at the Queen's discretion) have a gorgeous meal, and sometimes, thought not always, if the woman is young and attractive, they will have sexual relations with the king at the end of the night.
In 1558, the winner of the game is a young kitchen servant named Penelope. She is taken away on a couch carried by four very attractive men. Later Queen Catherine gives her her own crown to wear, and some of her clothing and jewels for the day. She enlist Penelope to help her with the King, however, Penelope turns agents her and began seducing King Henry for her own purposes.
Penelope actuarially kept the Queens crown and stays as 'Queen' for a couple weeks while have a relationship with Henry, before Catherine gets rid of her.She held no real power still, only when the King was around, and was never listen to over the real Queen of France.
- While Queen, Penelope witnessed the wedding of Lady Kenna to the king's son, Bash. 
- This event was held annually, however since the reign of the new King Francis iix it unknown if this event will continue.
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