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The Battle for Harry 

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As the nation mourns Lizzie's passing and Catherine works to secure her marriage to Harry, Henry shocks the family by announcing his intention to honor his wife's dying wish.

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Daina Reid

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Emma Frost (developed by), Philippa Gregory (novel) | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Alicia Borrachero ... Queen Isabella
Laura Carmichael ... Maggie Pole
Aaron Cobham ... Oviedo
Elliot Cowan ... King Henry Tudor
Philip Cumbus ... Thomas Wolsey
Georgie Henley ... Princess Meg Tudor
Charlotte Hope ... Catherine of Aragon
Stephanie Levi-John ... Lina de Cardonnes
Alan McKenna ... Sir Richard Pole
Ruairi O'Connor ... Prince Harry Tudor
Nadia Parkes Nadia Parkes ... Rosa de Vargas
Richard Pepper ... Thomas, Earl of Wiltshire
Jordan Renzo ... Charlie Brandon
Olly Rix ... Edward Stafford
Harriet Walter ... Margaret Beaufort
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As the nation mourns Lizzie's passing and Catherine works to secure her marriage to Harry, Henry shocks the family by announcing his intention to honor his wife's dying wish.

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Drama | History

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This episode takes place in March 1503. See more »

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Thomas, Earl of Wiltshire: Your Grace. Sir Richard Pole and Lady Margaret are here.
Sir Richard Pole: Your Grace, we are deeply sorry for your loss, and we share it.
Maggie Pole: I loved her as you did, Your Grace. Lizzie and I were... When all is said and done, she was my cousin, and I am broken at her passing.
King Henry Tudor: Tell me, Lady Pole. Are these the robes of your confessor? Seek an audience with your priest. You will find no absolution here. If you had not so distressed her in her final hours, she might still be with...
Prince Harry Tudor: [Harry enters] Aunt Maggie, Pole, I ...
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good build up + twist
26 June 2019 | by NosimepagannSee all my reviews

Margaret Beaufort does an excelent job, In this episode she gets full control of the situation in the castle and wont hide her disgut with Catherine no more. but still, all the scenes with Oviedo and Lina drags a lot, they are cheesy and the dialogue looks like written by a 15 yo girl. Why won't she go with him after all? It's stupid and the apparent "planed marriages" agenda get too forced.


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26 May 2019 (USA) See more »

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