Photos of her predebut appearing on Mnet “Stunning arranged meeting” in 2007 were posted up on various portal sites on 29th December.
Her features when she was younger have caught the attention of many netizens.
) that it’s easy to forget that she really has foisted his worst enemy’s child onto him.
When George informs her that he will be taking a home in Westminster without her, she looks both hurt and deeply concerned, a sentiment only heightened when she hears him ask his henchman to keep a close eye on her. I deeply regret ever having called her boring, because her plotline is now straight out of an extra-depressing Thomas Hardy novel, and it’s agonizing.
Whitworth is the worst person yet to grace our stage.
George is a nightmare, of course, but he’s not a (Well, we’re only halfway through the season, I guess I shouldn’t count my chickens before they’re hatched.) It’s unlikely Morwenna would have identified what was happening to her as rape, but we gingerly watch this shithead force himself on her right up until the end of her pregnancy.
Enys tries to spare her by telling Whitworth he’s too fat to be on top of his incredibly pregnant wife, but you can imagine how well THAT goes over.