Celestia trotted into the room and locked the door. Her prize was hard won, but it was worth it. Her eyes graced every inch of him, that long tail, those purple eyes. It got her every time. She walked toward him slowly, her anticipation heightening. She placed a kiss on his forehead, to which he gave an appreciative murmur.
“A little quiet tonight, aren’t we? Never to fear, I don’t mind.”
Being much larger than him, as was an alicorn’s curse, she could easily cradle him in her hooves. He curled into her, and just as they were about to settle down, a pink pony bounced into the room.
“Give me Gummy!”
“No! He is mine now, and he is my one true love!”
“You’re only saying that because of Twilight’s Want It Need It spell!”
“No! Our love is pure!”
And Celestia wept at the futility of the situation as she realized the truth.
There is no reason at all for you to be sorry about this. Gummy is the inevitable destination of all shipping, for he is beyond compare - it’s only natural that this would eventually extend to Princess Celestia. And Pinkie is totes wrong - their love was not a spell, but destiny.
On a more serious note, I’m extremely amused by the idea of this, and I think the short nature of it makes it far funnier than it would otherwise be. Well done, indeed. ^^
While I found your story amusing, I decided that only the world’s foremost expert in the field of Gummy shipping could give this submission the justice it deserved.