The queen died young, tragically young. Her nine year old son, Prince Rupert, was crowned as the boy king. The rebels saw their chance; one dark night, they invaded the palace and carried him away. Outrage filled the kingdom. Prince Albert, the queen’s brother, took matters into his own hands. Collecting a chosen group of soldiers, he followed the rebels’ trail, slew them and carried the young prince back home; order was restored and from that day onwards, Prince Albert was always referred to as the heir restorer.