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Mary and Francis · Kenna and Sebastian · Lola and Narcisse · Greer and Leith · Greer and Lord Castleroy · Henry and Catherine · Lola and Remy · Olivia and. I was very disappointed to see Lola (Anna Popplewell) and Narcisse (Craig Parker) seemingly at the end of their relationship, however. a widow – the marriage to Lord Darnley [who she wed in ] proved disastrous. of Scottish lords objected Mary's rule following her marriage to the Earl of Bothwell, History quiz – surgeons and Mary, Queen of Scots.
She has strong feelings for Narcisse. Certainly more than just having a short term affair. Creating a huge wall in her mind between her and Narcisse. Let keeps this in mind while we go onto the next scene: Lola is picking raspberries for John and finds a trail of rose petals leading her to Narcisse and his oh so clever and romantic picnic set up.
Lola tries to look annoyed but is clearly smitten at the romantic gesture. This is the first time Narcisse had ever utter those words aloud to Lola.
We all knew he felt it in his heart but to hear him speak those words so clearly and beyond doubt is another thing entirely. Remember this is coming from a man that has never felt love in his entire life. He knows that while Lola wants him, she is still extremely hesitant. He give her this speech: Why is a binding union become so important to YOU of all people? You say you want just an affair.
Then our time together is limited no matter how we feel. We have to remember from the beginning of season 2 Lola has been disowned by her family. So the idea that she craves some normalcy in love and marriage is not unusual.
This was her fate. But Narcisse wants to go the distance with Lola. He wants all or nothing with her. Of course, Lola as stubborn as she is, gives the cold hard facts, albeit halfheartedly Lola: I want you Stephane, so I can get past my fear of Catherine. But if you want me, you need to stop holding out for an impossible marriage.
Do you love me enough to meet me halfway?
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Were they just canoodling halfway? Or did they go the distance? Why did you have to cut that scene!?!?! The next important scene we get is with Mary and Lola discussing her affections for Narcisse. Of course Mary is extremely against the idea but Lola says this about Narcisse: That fierceness, how he takes what he wants and gets what he needs.
That aspect is not lost on her. In fact she wants to use that to her advantage against any potential threats. It would be logical to think that Narcisse would be the man to protect and secure her future and not die on her leaving her alone and with nothing again. Later while they are eating, a peasant woman accuses Narcisse of tricking her illiterate father out of his land.
He explains to Lola that he did it so that he would be able to take Jean's spot on the privy council and protect them from Catherine.
Queen Catherine says Mary is sailing into a hostile nation of Protestants, and must leave immediately. Needing her mercenaries for her own protection. Lord Narcisse warns her if that situation explodes, it is better for Mary to incur losses over her.
Catherine realized he really does not like Mary. Narcisse reminds her Mary sent his son, Eduard Narcisse to his death.Reign 3x03 -- Lola & Narcisse Scene Nr.3
He may not have been a son to be proud of, but he was his, nevertheless. And when Lola had doubts about his commitment to her, and Mary fanned the flames of their discord, driving her to England. Reminding him they met in France. Gideon said he know why Narcisse was refusing to speak, he was afraid of being implicated in his wife's crime.
But he could trust him. Gideon knew he wasn't involved and neither was Mary. Insisting Mary would never put a friend in danger like that.
Narcisse argued Mary would if her country were at risk. Elizabeth was on the edge of taking Scotland, and Lola would never have done it unless the order came from Mary.
However it is soon realized, John's nanny, Renee might be involved. Narcisse left little John with her in hiding waiting to flee. But if Renee betrayed Lola, and her own Queen, they wondered what she might she do to a child left behind, a complication.
Queen Elizabeth informed Narcisse, Lola's son was safe, and he was at the castle. Narcisse told her John Knox was responsible. Lola thought she was following Mary's orders, but she was following his. Elizabeth did not want him to assassinate Knox, not until she got proof, as the nanny was her only witness and now dead.
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There was no proof of that crime, so she needs Knox to plot another. Promising if he could entrap Knox, she'd give him his freedom, and after he could have Knox. Lord Narcisse confided to Gideon Blackburn that as much as it pained him to admit, Lola was part of an assassination attempt, and Elizabeth had no choice.
Catherine thanked Narcisse for returning John, and promises to protect him, to honour Francis and Lola, and as his stepfather, he would always be in his life.
But Narcisse didn't want that, John had Lola's eyes and he coulnd't look at him.
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However she was upset Narcisse didn't love her back, and called off their arrangement. Narcisse apologized, claiming Nicole had come to mean something to him.
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Narcisse and Catherine meet up again. Lord Narcisse tells her how he played Nicole masterfully.
And all it cost him was the desecration of Lola's memory. Gideon stated his Queen executed Lola, and he understand the bitterness, but not letting his grudge push their countries to war, Elizabeth had no choice, and she suffered from the loss of Lola too. Admitting he had lost his wife and daughter, Agatha. Narcisse and Catherine were in bed together.