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The King is Dead!

Our beloved King, Edward the Confessor, has died aged 63 at the Palace of Westminster.

His wife, Edith, is very upset. “He was a good husband and King,” she told a journalist.


The late King will be remembered for building Westminster Abbey.

Who will be King?

Edward and his wife had no children.

We don’t know who will be the next King.

The Saxon Herald will keep you informed… Click here to see the next entry in the Saxon Herald


This post is part of our larger educational resource on the Normans. Click here for our comprehensive post on the Normans and their history, culture, and biographies of monarchs.

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