Re: A Song of Ice and Fire/Game of Thrones Spoiler-Filled Discussion
Out Of My Vulcan Mind wrote:
Another possibility is that it could be said that her family so favors and prizes her that they've held off agreeing to a marriage to anyone less than a king or heir apparent.
I'd go with this. Indeed, with the series having Loras prod Renly in the direction of kingship, the Tyrells may have had their eye on marrying Magaery to Renly and claiming the Iron Throne for a long
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