The Queen was enjoying being queen and what better way to remain so than to merry the prince herself. The prince however did not like the idea either
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I assume you mean 'marry the prince'. The use of 'either' in the second sentence is wrong, and the sentence does not mean anything. This is because 'either' after a statement is used, with a negative statement (e.g. 'didn't') to link with a negative statement just made. You say that the prince 'did not like the idea either', but you have not previously said that a first person did not like the idea.
The man did not like cold baths. His son did not either. (His son, also, did not like cold baths).