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25 November 1487 – Elizabeth of York is crowned queen

Elizabeth of York

Elizabeth of York

On 25th November 1487, St Catherine's Day, Elizabeth of York, consort of Henry VII and mother of one-year-old Arthur Tudor, was crowned queen at Westminster Abbey. As Elizabeth's biographer Amy Licence explains, her coronation had been postponed due to her pregnancy and then unrest in England.


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