The reign of King Henry II of England has been greatly overshadowed by the murder of his one-time friend Thomas Becket. But was Henry II really a tyrant king or defender of justice?
The fifth wife of King Henry VIII and his 'rose without a thorn'.
The escoffion is one of those little headdresses that often go unnoticed - but for once it is in the spotlight as part of the Tudor fashion series.
The conclusion of the 3-part article series of the life of King George VI of the United Kingdom, and father of Queen Elizabeth II.
Jane Seymour became the third wife of Henry VIII - would she give him the son he was desperate for?
The life of Katherine of Aragon, Queen of England and first wife of King Henry VIII.
The life of George VI when he was the private Duke of York.
An article on the early years of Prince Albert, the boy who would someday be King of Britain.
The French Hood was famous in both England and France during the Tudor period. But how did it manage to keep up with changing fashions and reign supreme for over thirty years?
To those familiar with portraits of Tudor women, the Gable Hood appears frequently. Where did it come from, and how did it develop?