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The Queen's Fool Chapter Summary & Analysis - Autumn - Winter 1558 Summary

Philippa Gregory
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Autumn - Winter 1558 Summary

In September the court, including Hannah and Danny, moved to Hampton. The queen continued to be sickly and the change of venue did not improve her status. They then moved on to St. James Palace with the same result. The queen's breathing was poor and she complained of being ill. She was heartbroken and her loneliness and sorrow complicated her health. She had a fainting spell one evening and was sent to bed by her physicians. She recognized her decline and asked Hannah to write a letter from her to Philip in his native language, Spanish. Just like her mother before her, the queen knew that she would die without the comfort of her husband, but she wrote to tell him of her steadfast love. Hannah knew that this was her way of saying goodbye to him. Lord Robert and the queen's council...

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