Jenny wants nothing to do with Kingdom life though there are many aspects of it she’d like. She’d love the Palace grounds, she’d get on well with most villagers and the landscapes in many regions are truly amazing. The Kingdom is slowly coming round to the idea of Jenny being part magical. Alas she has not come around to the idea of the Kingdom taking an interest in her. FNN and Roherum especially has a good sense for which way the wind is blowing and has effectively taken the Queen’s hint that Jenny is to be “sold” as a potential asset to the realm. Most in the Kingdom can see right through this but they can see Jenny’s usefulness, if only in reining in Eileen a bit, something to salute the girl for as nobody else has been able to do this.
Eileen doesn’t miss much in the way of Kingdom life now she’s on Earth though she misses Hanastrew and Melanbury and certain friends in the Palace. However, Eileen does miss the Library as the Kingdom has one of the most extensive collection of books anywhere. The Library has books not just from the realm but from all worlds the Kingdom is connected to or has reason to be wary of (in the case of Earth both apply) so there was no shortage of decent reading material here. Eileen can’t help but make comparisons every time she visits the library at Kirkham. One thing the fairy royals got right, and even Eileen acknowledges this, is that everybody can access the Library and the Household staff are positively encouraged to do so. The general public has to apply in writing to be allowed admission but they are made very welcome. The only thing they have to promise is not to start a fire by any means whatsover.