The Kingdom is amazed any of this takes place on Earth. It doesn’t help them sustain their prejudice that every human is a warmonger and polluter. But things like the RSPB, RSPCA, WWF, the Forestry Commission and so on do challenge that view. The realm has a special fondness for anyone taking care of trees properly (including tree surgeons, yes the Kingdom has its own) given so many of them form part of the transport system in the magical world.
Many in the Kingdom tune in via crystal ball to watch our wildlife programmes as practically everyone in the realm appreciates the need to care for the natural world. Even the evil witches and wizards do knowing full well they’ve got to get the ingredients for their curses from somewhere and that somewhere must be sustainable.
Fairy Kingdom stories, myths (they’re not considered the same) and the whole basis of the legal system. If it’s happened in fiction, it can happen in daily life in the magical world. Eileen treats the Lore warily as she knows many instances of when it’s been abused. She thinks it desperately needs reform. She has come up with ideas for how this might be done but they've all been turned down. She is not surprised at this. Saddened at the vested interests getting in the way, yes, but surprised, no.
Also known as the Ultimate Talking Shop. Eileen sees this as a comment rather than a criticism given the Queen’s Council are no better. L’Evallier has been known to be very longwinded when he has felt the need to be.
For Eileen this means freedom to do what she likes. And even when the Queen tries to stop her, Eileen exercises her freedom to circumvent that. Eileen is deeply suspicious of those in government. She wants to see evidence they are working beyond their own interests. This attitude does not go down well with the Queen. If Eileen wasn’t royal, there’s a good chance she’d be in a cell for a while. Quite a while in fact.