Paris is a fool for love. And when we say fool, we mean fool. This super sexy prince of Troy is most famous for igniting the devastating Trojan War—over a girl. To be fair, she was the most eye-poppingly gorgeous woman in the world: Helen. Aphrodite had promised Helen to Paris after he awarded the goddess of love first place in a beauty contest with Hera and Athena. The only trouble was that Aphrodite never bothered to clear her little gift with Menelaus, who just so happened to be Helen's husband and the king of a militant Greek city named Sparta. Next thing you know, an army of particularly angry Greeks was landing on the shores of Troy. Ten years later, Paris was dead and his hometown was in ruins—all for the sake of a pretty face.
Alexander, Alexandros, The Pretty Boy of Troy
Work & Education
Shepherd (My job growing up, before I knew I was a prince and all that.) Prince of Troy (Can't lie. Didn't do such a great job of it.) Lady's man
Aphrodite's Academy of Love and Beauty
Politics just get in the way of love.
Family & Friends (& Enemies)
Priam (Dad) Hecuba (Mom)
Hector Cassandra Deiphobus Helenus Polydorus Troilus Polites Antiphus Pammon Laodice Polyxena (And that's just the short list! They say Dad has 50 sons and 50 daughters with Mom and his concubines. Guess he's where I got my love of love from…)
Bunicus Corythus Aganus Idaeus Helena
Helen and I got along very very well.
Menelaus, Agamemnon, and pretty much every other Greek. Well, most Trojans didn't like me either. So, yeah... I'm hated.
Was married to Oenone, the nymph Major fling with Helen
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"She walks in beauty, like the night Of cloudless climes and starry skies; And all that's best of dark and bright Meet in her aspect and her eyes:" – Lord Byron
"I trade my soul for a wish, Pennies and dimes for a kiss. I wasn't looking for this, But now you're in my way." – Carly Rae Jepsen "How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. I love thee to the depth and breadth and height My soul can reach, when feeling out of sight For the ends of Being and ideal Grace." – Elizabeth Barrett Browning "I'm too sexy for my shirt Too sexy for my shirts So sexy it hurts." – Right Said Fred