The Tale of the Two Princes : Epilogue
Since that day, no one has known Prince Nathan, every detail about him has been obliterated; even the royal family and servants he has been with since he was a child were unaware of his existence. The timeline was bent back to the days when Esmeralda left King William to the queen. They believe King William is the only son and heir of Alveria's last king and queen. They don't have a biological son, so King William ascended to the throne in the present time.
A year after the coronation of King William and Queen Amelie, the kingdom of Alveria became renowned as the most civilized country in the world. This kingdom became a source of supplies for other states, such as rice, sugar, coffee, crops, coil, petroleum, and other necessities. The Kingdom of Alveria grew to be the wealthiest of all.
Esmeralda is now the castle's chief chef, and Percy is her sous chef; at the same time, they're learning to read, write, and count, something they were previously withheld because of their poverty.
The old lady, on the other hand, took the painting in which Prince Nathan is incarcerated in the middle of nowhere, surrounded by elm trees—a doorway to the underworld and unearthly realm. She opened the door of a decrepit structure, but inside were some exquisite paintings. After placing her new collection on a waiting gold easel, she vanished.
One hundred years later, a brave young lady traveled within the forest and saw the decrepit structure from the outside. Some people told her not to enter the old building since it was crumbling and she would get trapped inside, but she was stubborn and still went in. She got her thumb slit by a sharp nail as a result of her recklessness, and a lot of blood gushed out of her finger, but that didn't stop her from infiltrating the place. She entered the door and noticed various magnificent canvases all around the place, but her gaze was pulled to a painting on a gold easel. It's a painting of a periwinkle-colored castle perched above the sky, surrounded by a rainbow and unicorns. That made her happy not just because it was beautiful, but also because periwinkle is her favorite color and she couldn't help but touch it.
Her wounded hand's blood seeped into the painting. She did all she could to get rid of it, but the blood spread instead. She brought back the painting to its easel and reached for her wallet, trembling, to pay for the damaged painting, but she heard someone in her back say, "You found me."
(You may read the young lady's diary here.)