Tedros is a sixteen year old prince, son of King Arthur and Queen Guinevere, and the heir to the throne of Camelot. He is a former student of the School for Good, and the School for Boys. He briefly took the position of the School Master during his second year. He is currently engaged to Agatha.
At first, Tedros is made out as stuck up (as said by Hester herself in the chapter he was introduced) and very sure of himself. Like the other Evers (besides Kiko), he also judged Agatha as a witch and mocked her friendship with Sophie. It's also shown that he's used to getting attention, and actually enjoys flaunting his assets, due to the fact that he's Good's heartthrob and King Arthur's son. However, beneath his self-assured, bold, exterior lies a loyal, kind and brave heart. Because of witnessing his mother's unfaithfulness as well as being loved by most of the Good girls only because of his looks and never because of who he is, Tedros is actually scared and unsure whenever it comes to love, until the spark between him and Agatha ignited. It's also shown that Tedros is very gentlemanly (such as when he tried to shake hands with Agatha when they first met) at times.
Tedros is described as the most handsome boy in Good, with blue eyes and golden blonde hair. He's also described as being tall and having skin that was said to be the same color as desert sand. It is implied that he is muscular and well-built. Like all other Ever boys, he wears a rugby sweater when playing rugby and wore a blue chainmail mesh armor during the Trial by Tale. When he was talking to Agatha about Sophie becoming a witch after swordplay, he wore a blue sleeveless shirt. After being transformed into a hideous Never by Sophie, he was described as having the appearance of a bald, scrawny man with a scarred face and a very shiny head.
Tedros is the son of King Arthur and Queen Guinevere. Queen Guinevere left King Arthur and Tedros when he was nine. This broke King Arthur's heart, which contributed to Arthur's untimely death soon later, as the King turned to "drink and despair", and reportedly died of a broken heart. Tedros never understood why his mother would tell him and his father that she loved them when in the end, whenever she would run off with one of the king's knights (Lancelot). Tedros vowed to never make the same mistake as his father did, yet.
He meets his mother again in The Last Ever After, and after initially cold-shouldering her, Agatha convinces him to reconcile with her after her Queen's promise, which he does. He loves his mother very much, so much as to it is implied that when they get to Camelot he takes the death warrant off her head.
At the end of the Last Ever After, Tedros leaves the School for Good with Agatha, his mother, Lancelot and Merlin. It was said that Agatha will become Tedros's Queen, once Tedros has had his coronation, and Agatha is old enough to marry him. As predicted, the final few pages of The Ever Never Handbook, which takes place a year or so after The Last Ever After, present a wedding invitation addressed to Hester, requsting the "honour of her presence" at the wedding of King Tedros of Camelot and Agatha of Woods Beyond.
Beatrix, Agatha and Sophie: A Harsh CompetitionEdit
Tedros is first introduced in Chapter 5, "Boys Ruin Everything" . When he first enters the Theatre of Tales in Chapter 5, everyone stares, and it is said that "The Princes finally had a King." This is where we learn of Tedros's heritage as the son of King Arthur, as Hester tells Sophie by pointing out Excalibur. Tedros is probably the most handsome boy in Good. He attracts all the Evergirls, well... except for Agatha, who is quoted as hoping "he would impale himself" with his own sword.
After Agatha and Sophie figure out the riddle that they get from the School Master, they find out that the answer is "Love", and they decided that Sophie is supposed to be the Good student. She must prove to Tedros that she is Good, so he will kiss her, and Agatha and Sophie can return home. But when Tedros tries to kiss Sophie, she turns away and tells him that they should wait. This is when Agatha realizes that Sophie doesn't want to go home, she wants to stay with her prince, and she is furious with her friend.
From the first time they saw him, both Beatrix and Sophie fell head over heels for Tedros. Both of them fought over him, spreading rumors about one another and talking behind each others backs, revealing each others' hate towards one another. Beatrix is very clingy to Tedros, and he notices that. At the Trial of Tales when Sophie wouldn't come out to save him because she didn't want him to see her naked, and at the end having Agatha saved him instead. But in the end, his true princess is Agatha, who loves him just for being who he is. She tells him so properly, when they are under the guise of Edgar and Essa, in the School for New Evil.
Challenges Prove Them WrongEdit
Even though it had never been done before, Tedros and Sophie think they are meant to be. Before Sophie and Tedros were together, and she was still trying to win his heart, there were challenges in Surviving Fairy Tales so that the Everboys could find their princess. Every time, Tedros unknowingly picked Agatha, and until Sophie and Tedros broke up, Sophie didn't think much of it. She simply told Agatha to bug off and stop stealing her prince, and she did. But then, after the Trial by Tale when Tedros thought that she had betrayed him, he realised that he always picked Agatha and that Agatha was his princess all along.
Agatha made a wish to become beautiful, and she thought did. She started to smile more and brush her hair and takes care of herself, and soon was the most beautiful of all the Evergirls. Tedros started to notice. He and all the other boys drooled over her while the girls plotted their revenge and slapped the boys next to them for sneaking looks at Agatha. And she started to feel something when she looked at Tedros, and she even had a dream one night that someone, whose face she couldn't make out, asked her to the Ever's Snow Ball. And one day, she found out that it was Tedros, and that he was her prince.
Sophie found out too, and she wasn't the least bit excited. In fact, she was furious, and started to turn into a witch. She plotted evil attacks on Tedros and the School for Good. She wouldn't talk to Agatha or Tedros, unless it was a threat. She told Tedros one day that Princes keep their promises so unless he took her to the ball, he was evil. "I guess that solves the mystery about the attacks," she told him when he didn't reply to her earlier and hateful remark.
By the end of the book, Agatha had accepted the fact that Tedros was her prince, and so did all the other girls. At the end of the Circus of Talents, Tedros had asked her to the ball, and suddenly every girl had a date, except for now-evil, haggish Sophie.
Tedros is supposedly 12-15. However this is later contradicted as he told Sophie in the second book that when he was 16, he would inherit the castle, meaning he will become the King of Camelot at 16. It is said in the first two released Chapters of The Last Ever After that he is 15, almost 16. During the Last Ever After, it is mostly cold and snowy, suggesting his birthday is sometime in winter. This means he is 14 in The School for Good and Evil, 15 in A World Without Princes and almost 16 at the end of The Last Ever After. In the last ever after it is stated that before Agatha and Tedros come to the castle, it is somewhere in between March, therefore making his birthday anytime between March-April