… we showed you, through the use of snooker balls, how it is significantly more probable that the Y-chromosome break occurred in the long Gaunt-Beaufort male line than the Langley-York line to Richard III.
Although snooker was a nineteenth century invention, some earlier monarchs might well have enjoyed it:
Harold II, whose informal wife (in more Danico) was Edith Swan-Neck (left).
Robert I, who reputedly learned to be persistent by watching a spider (right) in a cave.
Can you think of any more?