The Constant Princess - Spring 1511; Walsingham, Autumn 1513; Blackfriars Hall Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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Spring 1511; Walsingham, Autumn 1513; Blackfriars Hall Summary

The country "went mad" with the announcement of the birth of the son, immediately calling him Henry despite anything Katherine might have said. Henry disobeys rules of confinement to check on Katherine and the child, often twenty times a day. They stand together, amazed at the child's fingernails and toenails, and Henry says that "God be praised" he now has a son. Henry goes to the shrine of Our Lady at Walsingham to give thanks for the safe birth of the son. Katherine sends a gift of money for the nuns there with a message that they are to pray for the queen. Henry says it's their job, but Katherine says she wants to remind them. She also says that she will go there personally when she is again pregnant. Upon Henry's return, there is...

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