Is Tedros in The School for Good and Evil Really the Son of King Arthur?

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Is Tedros in The School for Good and Evil Really the Son of King Arthur?
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The School for Good and Evil will not be complete without a prince charming to swoon over.

In both the books and the Netflix adaptation of the series, the prince character is Tedros Pendragon, the sixteen-year-old son of King Arthur and Queen Guinevere.

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In The School for Good and Evil novels, Queen Guinevere left King Arthur and Tedros to run away with Lancelot. This led to many misfortunes for Tedros and his family, eventually leading to the death of his father.

Tedros in the Books

Is Tedros in The School for Good and Evil Really the Son of King Arthur?
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In the books, Tedros is described as having blue eyes sitting on top of high cheekbones and blonde hair. His skin is said to be the color of desert sand, tall, is well-built with broad shoulders.

He is said to earn his strength and muscles after training to finally pull the Excalibur.

He was first described as stuck up and self-absorbed like the rest of the Good. He acts like he doesn't care for the attention when he actually enjoys it. We eventually learn that this is all an act he hides behind, being scared to trust and unsure about love.

Tedros in the Movie

The Tedros we meet in Netflix's adaptation of The School for Good and Evil looks a bit different than the one in the books.

Tedros in the film has dark hair and fair skin with high cheekbones. He still has blue eyes and a strong build that is emphasized by the royal clothes he wears.

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He still has essentially the same personality as the one he has in the books. He starts teasing and judging Agatha and the rest of the Good until he finds himself falling in love with her.

Is Tedros Really the Son of King Arthur?

Is Tedros in The School for Good and Evil Really the Son of King Arthur?
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In The Legend of the Knights of the Round Table, Arthur does have children but there is no mention of Tedros. He has several sons but since there is no mention of a Tedros, it means that Tedros was only created in The School for Good and Evil.