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The making of a monarch

Evening Tudor talk

The year 1509 would prove pivotal for seventeen year old prince Henry. In his formative years he was cossetted ‘like a girl’, first brought up with his sisters and grandmother and then kept on a tight leash at his father’s side. From a hopeful shy prince to a confident and unrestrained Henry, now married, crowned and defied by the royal council, join historian Lauren Johnson to discover the makings of the monarch we know today.


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Date and Time:

26 November 2016 at 6:30 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



Hampton Court Palace
East Molesey
0844 482 7777
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Historic Royal Palaces
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