Summary: Harry’s always known William’s the important one.
Author Notes: Unfortunately I don’t own the boys.
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“To the world you may be just one person, but to one person you may be the world.”~Brandi Snyder
From an early age Harry knew William was the significant one.
He knew it was more than William simply being older, he knew it was much more important than that.
Important—Harry hated that word. William was always more “important.”
He remembered the first time he ever looked the word up. “1 of great significance or value. 2 having high rank or social status.” Yes, William was both…but wasn’t he also?
So he asked William, weren’t they both important? William said Harry was important to him. Harry smiled; he started to like that word.
Now Harry stood before his brother, Officer Uniform in place. He still felt unimportant, and now he knew more than ever WHY William was more important than him, more loved, more taken care of.
But none of that mattered when William pulled Harry into his arms and kissed his forehead gently. He hugged his brother close before murmuring, “You’re important to me Harry…never forget you’re always loved in my heart—the most important person to me.” He gave Harry a quick Eskimo kiss before letting him go.
Harry grinned. Important suddenly seemed like not that bad of a word.
He even found he eventually loved the word when he found himself snuggled close to William’s naked form, their overheated bodies pressed tightly together, their breaths returning to normal, evidence of their action cooling against them.
He found he loved it when William kissed him gently and stroked his hair. He loved the word when William held him tight and whispered, “I love you Harry. You’re the most important thing in my life, everything there is.” Harry smiled. William smiled back and kissed him again. “You know, knowing I’m going to be king would mean nothing if I thought for a second you wouldn’t be right here.”
“I love you too,” Harry murmured back, embarrassed and ecstatic at the same time.
Suddenly “important” was the greatest word ever invented.
And suddenly, he felt like he was the most important person in the world.
And he was—to William. And that was all that mattered.