Alright, here's the last chapter, probably the hardest to write after Edmund's chapter. Also short, but this time I said what I wanted to say. Hope you like it!
Lucy: Blessed are the pure in heart
Cair Paravel was in a bustle preparing for the coronation. In only a few hours the four Pevensie children would be crowned Kings and Queens of Narnia, and everyone was excited. Everyone, including little Lucy Pevensie.
The cheerful young girl was sitting in the kitchens watching the cooks at work, when she saw Aslan standing outside in the garden. Her face splitting into a grin, Lucy jumped down from her stool and dashed outside, flinging her arms around his mane. "Oh Aslan, everything is so wonderful! The food looks delicious and you should see the dresses the Dryads made for Susan and me!"
Aslan smiled warmly at the child. "You are happy then?"
Lucy nodded vigorously. "Oh yes, Aslan. Cair Paravel is just as beautiful as the rest of Narnia. And I know Peter will make a magnificent High King, he's always been very strong. Susan, well, I think she may be a little homesick for…for…for that Other Place, but I'm sure she'll just lose herself in being Queen. Oh, and Edmund had changed so much, I think he will be a wonderful ruler."
The Lion laughed a gentle yet strong laugh with which even the most beautiful music could not compare. "And yourself, Child?"
Lucy bit her lip, looking straight at Aslan. "Do you think I will be a good Queen?"
With another cheerful laugh, Aslan nodded. "Stay as you are and you will be."
The grin returned to Lucy's face. In her heart, having Aslan's approval was all that mattered. With a cheerful laugh, Lucy launched into a tale about the flour-incident in the kitchen while Aslan sat listening. It ended only when a Dryad came to get Lucy to prepare for the coronation. As Aslan sat alone, looking East over the Sea, he smiled. "They will do well. They will do well, indeed."