Royalists will enjoy this piece in today's Daily Telegraph, on Sudeley Castle, the final resting place of Katherine Parr, Henry VIII's final wife, the one who (quick now; divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded, survived) survived him.
This year is the quincentenary of the birth of Katherine Parr, and her remains lie in a church in the grounds, the only private house in England to have buried a queen.
"On Sunday, Sudeley is opening to the public with a new exhibition, which includes access to two of Katherine’s private rooms, her love letters, a tooth, a lock of hair, a painting from the National Portrait Gallery, two of her books (she was the first queen to be published under her own name), and a welcoming video by Dr. David Starkey, the Tudor historian."
Writer Iain Hollingshead also reports that Starkey tells him, "in graphic but sadly unprintable detail what a chapel organist did to a young Catherine Howard," at the castle.
The mind boggles.