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Best of Lucrezia’s wardrobe [Part 1]


amapola [x]

amapola [x]


(detail) Lucrezia Borgia’s dress. - season 2, episode 4
(detail) Lucrezia Borgia’s dress. - season 2, episode 4

She was beautiful, and kind, and gentle to everybody. As I was lucky enough to meet her, I can surely say she was a pearl in this world.Pierre Terrail, the “knight without fear and beyond reproach”, on Lucrezia Borgia x

She was beautiful, and kind, and gentle to everybody. As I was lucky enough to meet her, I can surely say she was a pearl in this world.
Pierre Terrail, the “knight without fear and beyond reproach”, on Lucrezia Borgia x

A love as pure and all consuming as the love of God

on set (xx)

Oh please, please, spare my sister…

balazsjuszt:

The very first shot of François Arnaud Fanpage as Thursday during the camera test last summer. Just hang on a few more months, we’ll go public towards the end of this summer…

balazsjuszt:

The very first shot of François Arnaud Fanpage as Thursday during the camera test last summer. Just hang on a few more months, we’ll go public towards the end of this summer…


I never felt that acting was a big deal or got nervous. My only training was doing GCSE drama. Even my friends didn’t watch my programmes. x

I never felt that acting was a big deal or got nervous. My only training was doing GCSE drama. Even my friends didn’t watch my programmes. x

"Don’t you love God, Cesare?"

highgayden:

"I would call you Narcissus."

happy birthday, leonardo da vinci! (b. 15 apr 1452)

It had long since come to my attention that people of accomplishment rarely sat back and let things happen to them. They went out and happened to things. [x]

happy birthday, leonardo da vinci! (b. 15 apr 1452)

It had long since come to my attention that people of accomplishment rarely sat back and let things happen to them. They went out and happened to things. [x]