The White Princess | First Look Starring Jodie Comer | STARZ

Get a first look at the story of Elizabeth of York, daughter of the White Queen, and her marriage to Henry VII.

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Drawn from the novel of the same name by Philippa Gregory, “The White Princess” is a tale of power, family, love and betrayal, charting one of the most tumultuous times in British history uniquely from the point of view of the women. The tempestuous marriage between Elizabeth of York (Lizzie) and King Henry VII, officially marks the conclusion of The War of the Roses, but the real battle for the throne is far from over.

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22 replies
  1. Andrew Lim
    Andrew Lim says:

    Elizabeth Woodville and Margaret Beaufort had an agreement prior to Henry’s invasion of England. Elizabeth would provide Yorkist support loyal to her husband and Margaret Lancarstrian. The marriage was seal long before Henry became King. After marriage, Elizabeth Woodville the Queen Dowager, while Margaret is the King’s Mother. In technical terms, Elizabeth the Queen Dowager and Elizabeth the Queen Consort is above Margaret.

  2. Jolly
    Jolly says:

    It's funny how this series came out, introduced Jodie to the global audience and very few people cared. Then Killing Eve came out and Jodie took over the world.

  3. Linus
    Linus says:

    So how is this show? The White Queen, The White Princess, and the Spanish Princess.

    I know its basically the female version of Tudors but is it decent? Or over the top cringy “I’m a woman hear me roar!”?

  4. tarawrr20
    tarawrr20 says:

    It always interested me that if all Henry needed to secure the throne was to marry Elizabeth, why didn’t she and the Yorks refuse? Would the Tudors have been defeated and the York’s restored?


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