The King Who Had To Go: Edward Vlll, Mrs Simpson and the Hidden Politics of the Abdication Crisis Hardcover – 13 June 2017 (US) & 13 October 2016 (UK) In 1936, a constitutional crisis in the British Empire arose when Edward VIII proposed to marry Wallis Simpson, an American socialite who was divorced from her [read more]
The First State Bed of Henry VII & Elizabeth of York from InHouseFilms on Vimeo.
While the White Princess begins with the House of Tudor, to understand how we got there, we must begin several years earlier. King Henry VI of England from the House of Lancaster ruled England from the age of 1 from 31 August 1422 until 4 March 1461. His grandfather had usurped the throne in 1399. He [read more]
This article was written by Kelly. The Princess, The Queen With the upcoming show, The White Princess, based on a 2013 historical novel by Philippa Gregory prepping for television release, now is a good time to re-acquaint ourselves with the often-forgotten Elizabeth of York. Elizabeth, daughter of King Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville, was an [read more]
As you may have seen, we hosted a day of the blog tour for ‘On the Trail of the Yorks’, by Kristie Dean and now it’s time for the review! This book follows in the footsteps of several important people of the York family, like Richard, Duke of York, his wife Cecily Neville, Richard III, [read more]