Lady Margaret Pole, one of the last surviving Yorkists, is, perhaps most well-known today for her botched execution, carried out on the orders of her kinsman, Henry VIII. She was a close and loyal friend to Katharine of Aragon, and her daughter, Mary, supporting them throughout their separation and estrangement from Henry.
In The Price of Loyalty, Samantha Wilcoxson, author of the Plantagenet Embers trilogy, looks at the friendship between Katharine and Margaret.Read article
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