The White Princess - Palace of Sheen, Richmond, September 1491 - Greenwich Palace, London, Summer 1492 Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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Henry informs Elizabeth that her cousin Maggie is to be married to a man named Sir Richard Pole. The reader learns that Teddy has been locked in the tower for more than six years and will not be released upon Maggie’s wedding. Elizabeth is surprised as Richard Pole is 30 and has no discernible fortune. However, Maggie is excited, as she wants to escape the suspicion caused by her family name.

They celebrate Maggie and Richard’s wedding before Henry gives Elizabeth some bad news. He says that the Irish are raising up an imposter Prince of York. Henry tries to look unconcerned, but tells Elizabeth that the nobles are calling the imposter boy Prince Richard and he is the same age that Richard would be if he were alive. Henry believes that Elizabeth’s...

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