In Tune With Elizabeth

I love Elizabeth and Robert Dudley.

History Rocks!

Elizabeth I’s love of music and dance is well documented. She was the last Tudor monarch, the daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, and inherited a love of both art forms from her parents. Her early life went from Princess to being declared illegitimate after her mother’s execution. At one point, her sister Mary had her placed in The Tower on charges of treason. Her childhood friend Robert Dudley was imprisoned during the same period, and later released. The two had much in common.

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Princess Elizabeth was well educated and she and Dudley, who served as a companion to her brother, Prince Edward became friends at an early age. Fate found them entangled as Dudley’s father, the Duke of Northumberland, was involved in the unsuccessful attempt to place Lady Jane Grey on the English throne. This led to the Duke’s conviction of high treason and beheading at The Tower of London in 1553. Due…

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