Crown Jewels at Tower of London

Crown Jewels at Tower of London

He commissioned a large range of timber-framed lodgings, primarily for the comfort and enjoyment of his second wife, Anne Boleyn, ready for her coronation in 1533, but they were rarely used and from this point on, the Tower ceased to be an established royal residence. The Princes of the Tower remains one of the most enduring tales about the infamous castle and it tells the story of King Edward IV’s two young sons. They were sent to the tower by their uncle in 1483, the Duke of Gloucester, and soon after were declared illegitimate.

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