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Imagine being in Henry VII’s marriage bed, and….

This bed is far too beautiful for Henry VII. In my opinion, anyway. As to finding it in a hotel…well, what if you were snuggled there, anticipating your cooked breakfast next morning, when Henry’s ghost clambers in beside you???? Lawks!

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7 thoughts on “Imagine being in Henry VII’s marriage bed, and….

  1. Almost anything is too beautiful for Henry VIII. It occurs to me that the architectural “style” that would be most appropriate for him would be Brutalism …


  2. Glenis Brindley on said:

    It really is a lovely bed, but I think we all agree it’s far too nice for a Tudor, whether that be H7 or any other. You can’t help but feel sorry for Elizabeth, I know some people seem to think there was some feeling between them, but I’m not so sure.

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  3. Nell Corkin on said:

    oh, dear. Don’t think I’m up to imagining Henry frolicking nuptially. Or frolicking at all, for that matter.

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  4. I suspect any feeling Elizabeth had for HVII could be explained by Stockholm Syndrome.

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  5. witsend on said:

    I sometimes visit a couple of pro-Tudor sites, out of curiosity,. Judging by other comments on the sites the contributors are generally left-of-center , pro-femnist, anti-white-male, anti-capitalist in sentiment, and they are making a romantic hero of someone why was extremely white, and an extreme capitalist. It’s enough to make a cat laugh. Are we in danger of doing the same thing from the opposite point of view, turning into nothing more than fangirls? At least, Ricardians don’t drop f-bombs twice in a sentence the way these Tudorphiles do.


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