Years later, Margaret was to be the only one of Henry VIII’s surviving family to publicly approve of her brother’s separation from Katherine of Aragon and his subsequent marriage to Anne Boleyn. Margaret and her new sister-in-law even exchanged apparently chatty letters and gifts with one another and Margaret showed where her sympathies lay by swiftly removing her daughter (also named Margaret) from the company of her cousin, Princess Mary, and placing her into the household of the new Queen Anne.
It’s really funny when you can pick up on each of your mutuals obsessions and know instinctively who is reblogging what based solely on the content. Like, Gilmore Girls stuff and faceless pictures of pretty boys romancing dark haired girls? That’s @boleynqueens. Fairy tales and whacky text posts? That’s @gruzinkerlady.
Frederick the Great everything? That’s @detocquevilles. I barely knew who he was like a week ago and now I know how he made his coffee (with champagne, apparently) and what his uniform looked like. What do I do with this information???