The Other Tudor Princess
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Born in 1515 to Henry VIII’s sister Margaret, Queen of Scotland, Margaret Douglas was the king’s beloved, yet defiant niece. Although imprisoned more than once for her scandalous love affairs, Margaret was appointed heir to the throne by Henry when his own daughters were declared illegitimate. This biography of the ‘other Tudor princess’ chronicles an insecure and sometimes tragic life – Margaret’s son Lord Darnley was brutally murdered – and her mysterious death, possibly by poison and by order of Elizabeth I.