posted on January 29th 2015 in AUTHOR EVENTS with 0 Comments /

The bestselling historical novelist, Alison Weir, gave a talk to members of Historic Royal Palaces at the Tower of London last night to mark the announcement of her upcoming fiction series on the wives of Henry VIII, which will be published by Headline.

It was quite remarkable listening to a talk titled The Six Wives of Henry VIII: A Monstrous Regiment of Women in the atmospheric surrounding of the Chapel Royal of St Peter ad Vincula – with three queens of England Anne Boleyn, Catherine Howard and Jane Grey buried nearby.

Their headless bodies were buried under the nave or chancel without memorial until the 19th century when remains found in the nave were re-interred in the crypt.

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