It took the fairy royals centuries to get community relations to this level of tolerance and the Queen and Eileen know it’ll probably take a few more centuries before there are further improvements. Still at least the infighting and all the magical damage that it does has stopped.
There is only one version of Fairy Kingdom history - that produced by the royals - though to be fair it is accurate, thoroughly researched and is honest about the faults of its previous fairy rulers, especially Queen Gwendolyn. Eileen has written papers (mostly lodged in the Royal Library) with her thoughts. The less controversial get an airing now and again on FNN. Her outright damnation of fairy mismanagement is unlikely to see the light of day and had it been written by anyone other than her, that same someone would’ve seen the inside of a jail for a bit! Certainly Eileen is no friend with the official keepers of the royal records. Eileen always wanted to change any edicts they came out with, being determined to get at least some truth in the things.
The Queen found the only way to stop Eileen causing trouble here was to send her all over the realm on all kinds of missions dealing with dragons, foul fiends and the like. And this triggered Eileen's resentment we come across early on in The Trouble With Mother.
Eileen found out the hard way that honesty and friendships do not always go together.