"… Dies as a legend".

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"Everyone has a story, your story is a legend Sultana… But, every story has its end".

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Same, when I saw that heaven scene I couldn't stop facepalming - one of these cases when all this Mustafa shit went too far. But despite that the scene was really touching, especially after happy and healthy Cihangir leaves to that vagina looking flower and the next scene is his deformed, sweaty, miserable and dead body with bloody lips appears. This was a very heartbreaking contrast

I agree with you, I just hope they make a good scene in Hurrem’s deaht, cause if they did somthing shit I will kill someone.

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Adding to that, imagine that she appears in the same type of heaven as Cihangir and as she walks, she hears the voices of her family and dead sons further. They are calling for her, she smiles and follows these voices, disappearing in heaven. While her alive family hugs her dead body and cries over her

This is so touching………. But I really don’t like the idea of heaven, ever since they show Cihangir in heaven.

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im just picturing all of her family around her before her death the family she fought for, she survived too much for the family she done all this for. all around her before she dies she takes one last look to all of them every single one of them, selim her son who looks exactly like her mihrimah her princess and beautiful daughter bayezid the prince of her heart and suleiman the sultan of her heart all around her before she says goodbye and that's the death of the legend of haseki hurrem sultan.

STOOOOOP ITTTTT!!!

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magnificent-century:

”…Not in my flesh, but in my soul, I cry, I cry for you, my love, there is no ocean bigger than ocean of my tears for you, Hurrem…”

- Sultan Suleyman’s poetry for Hurrem Sultan after her death

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i like the new trailer but bursa is so far away and hurrem is sick..how could she travel so much lol

I agree.

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HOLY SHIT! The trailer is amazing and is a roller coaster of emotions.. AMAZING!! ❤️❤️😘😘 Can't wait to see Hurrem And Mahidevran; Been waiting for this moment for years!!

I wanna see her with her children/Suleiman more, before she leaves them.

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did you maybe see the new promo? can you translate what are they saying?

Yes, Suleiman tells Hurrem that her loves her, and he reason why he huged her wasn’t because of her approachng death, but because of his love that don’t stop for her. Hurrem goes to meet Mahidevran Sultan and asks her forforgiveness, Mahidevran Sultan forgives Hurrem, and then Hurrem asks Suleiman to call her children and that she wants to see them while she welcomes death in a hapy way, next to her children.

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1 day ago
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Ksenia?
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