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Falling into you: some of my favorite Cesare and Lucrezia moments

Never before was I so emotionally invested in a fictional relationships. I was legit unhappy when it was over. The Borgias has its flaws, but these two were a kind of beauty, perfect in their wickedness and deliciously fucked up. Don’t wanna be uber dramatic here, but I think this ‘ship’ kinda had ruined me for any other ‘ship’.

tl;dr This is my farewell party for them. I’ll always have some very good memories.

The Borgias: Season-to-date, the drama has been averaging 2.4 million weekly...


Season-to-date, the drama has been averaging 2.4 million weekly viewers across platforms. The final episode of the drama from Neil Jordan (The Crying Game, Interview with the Vampire) will air on June 16th at 10 p.m. ET/PT. “I never thought I would make a cable series and have enjoyed every…

Lucrezia: “Maybe our love has to be more of a soul”

Alfonso: “Like brother and sister?”


If you know what I mean

I’m watching 3rd ep of the Borgias (season 3) and I’m crying. I’m crying because the impossible ship has become more canon than any other I have.

The Borgias time!

Give me the Borgiacest!!!! Gimme to me

It was clear that these characters were desperately in love with each other, from the very beginning. Now they turn to one another and just admit to themselves that that’s what they’ve always wanted. To me it’s really a love story.


“Alfonso (Sebastian De Souza) realizes that the political sands are shifting – and not in his favour. Upset, he leaves Lucrezia alone on her wedding night, driving her into the arms of her own brother at last.”

“but the experience seems to increase the incestuous attraction between her and her brother.”

“with Cesare vowing that now she will be his for good.”