Did medieval princesses live that typical fairy-tale role? This week, Danièle talks with Kelcey Wilson-Lee, author of Daughters of Chivalry: The Forgotten Children of Edward I, to learn about how these English princesses actually lived during the Middle Ages.
Kelcey Wilson-Lee is a historian and the Head of Programmes at the Architectural Heritage Fund. Her latest book, Daughters of Chivalry, is a biography of five medieval sisters – Eleanora, Joanna, Margaret, Mary and Elizabeth – who were the daughters of Edward I of England. You can learn more about Kelcey on her website, or follow her on Twitter @kwilsonlee
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Top Image: The Children of Edward I – British Libray MS Royal 14 B VI Membrane 7