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Richard III - Bad News For The Queen
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 33130922:MV8yMTI5NDQzXzM1OTM2ODE5XzREQjc3Qjcx] The Godwins... The last Godwin fled to Scotland where he married the daughter of the King Of Scotland which is where the Scottish Stuart claim comes from. Unfortunately, the Stuarts turned back to the Roamn Catholic faith which was theri demise. THe rightful claimant to the Stuart throne in thwe 1960's or so became a Catholic priest, and hence, did not marry. As a result of having no kids, the Stuart/Godwin claim to the throne ended. Many have suggested that this is why Prince Charles married Diana. Diana is the direct descendent of an illegitimate child of King Charles II, a Stuart King, hence Prince William and Prince Harry now carry "Stuart" blood in them. Even so, if the Saxe-Coberg-Gotha calim is weak AND Queen Victoria wasn't even Saxe-Coberg Gotha, and this was proved, this would leave Simon Abney Hastings in a much better position. [/quote]
The discovery of Richard III once agani reminds the British public that the Plantagenets were the true Royal family of England, NOT the Windsors, a gang of Germans dumped upon the British in the 17th Century.
Isn't it time to see the Windsors kicked out and the Plantagenets restored?
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