Very, very intriguing story… by C.R. Berry
Queen Elizabeth I, daughter of Henry VIII and the last Tudor monarch, is probably England’s most famous and decorated ruler. But one of the wildest royal conspiracy theories in history contends that this famous and decorated ruler was actually a bloke called Neville.
In an age of rampant sexism, Queen Elizabeth I was a force to be reckoned with. The first ever English queen, Bloody Mary, spent her short reign burning hundreds of people at the stake for being Protestant, not exactly filling the people of England with confidence in the idea of a female monarch. But Elizabeth – Mary’s sister – engendered a faith in queens that Mary couldn’t. She demonstrated that a female monarch could be just as powerful, skilled and wise a leader as a male, if not more so, and her reign is looked upon as one of the most successful in history.
But was it all…
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