the Queen is dead ;
long live suffer the King.

Elizabeth of York had been his constant companion for eighteen years, through many trials and after his long period of exile (…) she had played her role as a wife and a queen to perfection, winning the long-closed heart of Henry Tudor.
Tudor: The Family Story, by Leanda de Lisle

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