Becoming Royal

Summary: (Set during Ben's coronation) Turns out, Ben needs a queen to become king.

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Authors note- So this is my first fanfic on this account and I'm kinda nervous. If you're wondering what I mean when I say "this account," I made an account like two years ago and posted one realllllllllllyyyyyy bad fanfiction on that account and I'm really embarrassed that I actually wrote that. Also, I know my name is swan nation so you're probably wondering why my first fanfic is for Descendants instead of OUAT. Honestly, I don't know I just saw the movie and I can't get it out of my head so yeah. I hope you like it and that I understand how to work Fanfiction!

PS- This will kinda sound stupid at the beginning but please bear with me. I didn't know how to play this out.

After Maleficent was defeated, the coronation continued. Everyone went back to their proper place and a priest walked over to Ben. Ben shot a worried glance to his mother, confused on why a priest would be there. His mother gave him a sad smile and watched the priest, gesturing her son to do the same.

"King Benjamin," the priest's voice boomed, "I am here today to make sure you have a queen. We have a tradition here to not inform the ones being crowned of this to make sure they are not picking a queen not because of their status as princess, but out of love. To make sure the women do not court you to become queen. To make sure they are with you because they love you. Now Benjamin, do you have a queen that is worthy?"

Ben glanced over at Mal who was slightly nodding, silently answering his question. "Yes," Ben responded gazing at Mal, "I do."

At this, Mal walked up to Ben with a nervous look on her face. The priest glanced at her and nodded. He quickly married the couple and left. Fairy Godmother came up to Mal and asked her the same questions she had asked Ben earlier that day. "I do solemnly swear," Mal answered honestly. Belle handed her crown to Fairy Godmother while smiling brightly at Mal, which Mal returned slightly shocked. Fairy Godmother blessed Mal with her wand with a proud expression.

"I then pronounce you, King and Queen of Auradon!" The crowd cheered for the newlywed couple. Ben gave Mal a kiss on the lips that she returned passionately. They pulled apart with bright smiles on their faces.

"Let's PARTY!" Ben and Mal said together excitedly. Everyone from Auradon Prep immediately jumped up and ran towards the school to begin the party. Mal and Ben stayed behind to help clean up and talk privately. "Soo-HEY-I" They said together while laughing.

"I'm sorry this had to happen like this," Ben said while looking at the floor. Mal lifted his chin so he would look at her.

"Are you kidding me? This was great! I couldn't imagine an even better way to get married. Honestly, I don't care how we got married, as long as we did it for the right reasons and we did, Ben! I love you so so much and I'm so happy I get to spend the rest of my life with you." Mal said while looking into his eyes.

"I love you too, Mal," Ben said with a grin and kissed her passionately.

"Let's go to the party now."

"Okay." Ben grabbed Mal's hand and led her to the party.

When the party was over, everyone went back to their dorms, but Ben and Mal stared at each other.

Mal started rambling, "so what do we do? Do we get a new dorm or go back to our separate dorms? Do we-"

"Mal," Ben interrupted her, "We can go to my dorm if you want to. I don't have a roommate, perks of being heir to the throne I guess. I love you." He kissed her to calm her down.

She looked into his eyes and smiled. "Okay, I'll get my stuff and I'll meet you in your room." Mal gave him a peck on the lips and walked towards her dorm room, purposely swaying her hips.

"Damn," Ben muttered, watching her as she walked away. He leaned back on the wall behind him and ran a hand through his hair.

AN- Hey so I hope you liked this chapter! Feel free to leave a review

So I don't have my bio on my account filled out because I'm lazy but I'll tell you guys some things about me right now because I feel like it.

I watch Once Upon A Time, obviously, and if you don't know what that is I'll explain it. Emma Swan was visited by the 10 year old boy she gave up for adoption, so she brings him back to his adopted mother in a town called Storybrooke. The young boy claims she is the daughter of Snow White and Prince charming and everyone in Storybrooke is a fairy tale character that was cursed by the evil queen and brought into our world. It's a really good show and you should watch it.

I also watch Grey's Anatomy which is about a surgical intern Meredith Grey whose personal life is very closely related to her professional life. If blood and surgery grosses you out don't watch this show but honestly it's not that bad. You can tell its fake surgery but that's just my opinion.

So those are my favorite shows. I'll probably post some from other shows but a lot will be those two shows and a few books that I am getting to right now.

My favorite book series ever is the Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare. It's about a girl named Clary who is a Shadowhunter, a half angel-half human species that protects the humans by killing demons, that has been hidden from the shadowhunting world by her mother but meets and becomes allies with three shadowhunters after her mother is taken by an evil shadowhunter named Valentine. There's a movie but the movie is so much more different than the books. It's such a good series. Each book is probably around 500 pages and there are six books and I know that seems like a lot but it's a small price to pay for a really good book series.

Another series is the selection by Kiera Cass. It's about a girl named America Singer who lives in Illea, the remains of what was once North America The country is divided up in castes designated by number. 1 being royalty and it goes down to 8 who are the poorest and least educated with the worst jobs. America is a five who was in love with a six named Aspen Leger for two years. Marrying below your caste was frowned on so her mother signed her up for the selection, a competition to win the heart of Prince Maxon. It's like the bachelor meets the hunger games. It's around 200 or 300 pages per book and there's four so far but the author is writing two more I think.

The other books are very very popular so I'll just list them

Hunger games series

Divergent series