The Constant Princess - Dogmersfield Palace, Hampshire, Autumn 1501 Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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Dogmersfield Palace, Hampshire, Autumn 1501 Summary

Henry Tudor demands to see Catalina, though she has been taught that her future husband and his father should not see her until after the wedding. Her duenna, Dona Elvira, objects, but is overruled. King Henry pushes his way into Catalina's bedroom. He fears that she is ugly or scarred somehow, but is relieved to find that she's more beautiful than her portraits revealed. Catalina's first impression of Arthur is that he's handsome and kind—attributes she finds extremely appealing. She thanks him for writing to her and he says that he was made to write. She says that she was made to respond but that she is still appreciative because it makes her feels as if they aren't complete strangers. Henry says that there was no need for him to tell her he was made...

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