Sarah asked Elizabeth Hoyt:

The Leopard Prince is probably my most favorite historical romance ever and I want to request a bit of info about Harry and George's HEA. Like how many kids they had and what became of Harry's occupation after marriage? Was Harry been able to be accepted by the society or was he forever an outsider? Any bit of info will be appreciated. Thanks! :)

Elizabeth Hoyt Oh, I'm so glad that you like THE LEOPARD PRINCE, Sarah! ;-)

Harry took over managing all of George's lands and was so good that his brother-in-law, Tony, had him manage the earldom lands as well. Naturally Harry, being a progressive sort, implemented the most up-to-date breeding and planting programs, making the estates very productive.

George, although never quit understanding all the science, enjoyed listening to Harry talk about land management and touring the fields whenever possible equipped with a picnic basket that always included pickles. Her first pregnancy (announced in TLP) went swimmingly and she was delivered of a red-haired baby girl they named Honoria. She was swiftly followed by two boys, Robert and Frederick, both of whom were dark-haired and had a tendency to get into trouble no matter how much their older sister tried to boss them.

Harry was never entirely accepted into larger society, but this really made no matter as he and George live a (sometimes) quiet country life, save for the enormous Christmas parties George loves to throw every year. They lived happily ever after.

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