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MISSING PRINCESSES?

I thoroughly enjoyed the Tudors collector’s edition that came out, as well as all your issues involving the Tudors. When looking at the Tudors collection, however, I was surprised two Tudor princesses were not mentioned: Margaret Tudor and Mary Tudor (Henry VIII’s monarchs and then married second husbands who were commoners. One ended in divorce and the other with the sisters). Both were Tudors by blood and therefore their offspring would be a danger to the throne.

Margaret Tudor married James IV of Scotland and her great granddaughter was Mary Queen of Scots. Mary Tudor was also grandmother to Lady Jane Grey Both princesses married death of the princess. I feel that although they are largely ignored, the two sisters had wills as strong as their brother.

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The mystery of the Princes in the Tower has haunted history for centuries. Did Richard III really steal the throne by murdering his nephews? Plus: We uncover the story of Rome’s first lady – Agrippina the Younger, the naval battle of Boston Harbor as well as the top 10 cats that made history.