Tower of London
Last updated 7 years ago
Salisbury Cathedral, Hertford Tomb: The Hertford tomb celebrates Edward Seymour and his wife Lady Catherine Grey, the sister of Lady Jane Grey and granddaughter of Henry VIII's sister Mary. Both were imprisoned in the Tower of London by Queen Elizabeth I because they had kept their marriage secret from her, Lady Catherine having a claim on the English throne.
Queen's Coronation service live: Pregnant Kate Middleton shows off baby bump in elegant peach dress
St Edward's Crown on the altar at Westminster Abbey for the service to commemorate the 60th Anniversary of The Queen's Coronation - 4 June 2013. This is the first time the Crown has left the Tower of London since the Coronation in 1953.
The execution spot for Thomas More, John Fisher, Thomas Cromwell, Edward Seymour, Thomas Wyatt, Thomas Howard, and quite a few other unfortunate souls. The Tower of London is behind the trees in the centre, and that egg-shaped building is City Hall. The memorial itself is the square-patterned brickwork and plaques in the foreground. You'd think there'd be more fanfare for such an important place! Photo © The Tudor Tutor