It is not uncommon to see the Princess Peach from Super Mario grab the attention of fans who transform her into a character in Kingdom Hearts III or turn her into a damsel from the American Old West. But it is not so common that someone question your authority over the Mushroom Kingdom that she seems to run, despite having always been a Princess.
It is precisely there where the Mutant_Llama1 fan theory on Reddit which points to that the single princess title for Peach is no coincidence
In this way, Bowser (also called King Koopa) would be the King of the Koopa Kingdom that it would be made up of duchies or other geopolitical subdivisions in which it would “reign” or, rather, would oversee another rulerIn the case of the Mushroom Kingdom, that task would be performed by the Princess peach that she would not actually have that title, but would be a duchess, but would have been given her current name for a matter of status and formalities.
This fits in with the fact that Bowser's troops are already in the Mushroom KingdomIt is canonical that they are native inhab itants of that place. There fore it is conceivable that they are either traitors, or they are monarchists and Mario, Luigi and company are the rebels who want to avoid the consolidation of the kingdom
It's interesting to see Princess Peach in a new light and think that Bowser's obsession with kidnapping and marrying her it does not respond to a psychopathic and pseudo-romantic idea, but to the need to annex a relatively independent territory to the power and yoke of the crown, just as it was done in the Middle Ages.
U.S this theory has left us a little surprised for how well it can fit into the entire political system of Super Mario games and offers a somewhat more reasonable explanation to the motives that lead King Koopa to behave in such an uncivilized manner. What do you think of all this?