Tenel Ka had never expected her daughter to be exactly like her. On the contrary, all that TK wanted from Allana was that she be happy and safe. That was a rather large reason as to why she had sent the girl to live with her grandparents, her father's parents. She had been in danger far too often when she had been with her mother. Sure, Allana had made it through all of the assassination attempts, her father kidnapping her, and so much more, but they were all things that weren't good for a child. TK wanted Allana to have a safe childhood. Despite knowing that she would miss her child, she'd sent her away. Or rather, a future version of Tenel Ka had. The woman that sat on the sofa could certainly understand why she had done what she had done. She could see the exact reasons and she could honestly say that she would make the same decision if she went back home knowing everything that she knew now. Other things might change, but that wouldn't, it couldn't.
She'd said it once, she'd said it a thousand times, probably, but it was much different to have a teenager rather than a small child. The memories of her child completely hurling decorum to the side to run and hug her mother were still all too fresh. Allana, the small one that TK sometimes missed, had been so young. And she turned out to be the wonderful young woman that she was now. It wasn't that TK didn't appreciate her teenage daughter, she had missed so much, though, and as a parent that was difficult for her. She was still her mother, no matter what, though. She was here and she did her damnedest to be the mother that Allana deserved and needed. Sometimes it took thought and was a bit more difficult, but she never gave up.
The mother watched as her daughter settled on the opposite end of the couch. She could tell that whatever this was it needed her attention, which was exactly why TK closed the book and gave her daughter her full attention. She didn't interrupted Allana once she'd begun to speak. She didn't want to interrupt her, or to make her stop for any reason. Her words were strange, though, something that the Hapan Queen never would have thought of as a first option. "You believe that you severed yourself from the force." She repeated carefully, her face showing nothing. Her voice was also even, not making an opinion or statement one way or another about what Allana thought. It was a strange thought, but it didn't seem entirely far-fetched considering the fact that none of them could sense anyone who could have done this; Jacen had no reason to do such a thing.
Tenel Ka did believe in the Jedi Code, but at the same time, she was no longer a Jedi. She had given that up to take her position as Queen Mother. Yes, the power was scary, the fact that she had wielded something that was normally so associated with the Sith. Tenel Ka didn't know what to think; if there was one thing that she did know it was this: Allana Solo was not a sith. Allana was so conscious, so aware, of who her father was and she didn't want to be the same as him. TK knew that her daughter worried about this. She didn't want to follow down the same path. TK knew that she wasn't. She just did.
"If you are certain that it was you, I certainly believe you." TK stated, honestly. Her daughter wasn't a sith; her daughter was good and she was still learning so much. "Being certain of this, how are you feeling?" She needed to know for certain how she was feeling.