Tudor’s path to Bosworth took him through Powis….

Here’s a tale of treachery  and the cowardly theft of a throne.

Such a shame though, because Powis Castle today is extraordinarily beautiful. I lament that Tudor‘s invasion with his foreign army didn’t take him into a particularly gluey and bottomless Welsh bog, or over a cliff on to jagged rocks in the middle of a tempest.

You have to imagine the jagged rocks and tempest, I fear!

It was not to be, of course, but I can conjure very satisfying thoughts of him enduring such a fate, because he certainly didn’t deserve to wear Richard III’s crown! 😒

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