The bones of Elizabeth I, Good Queen Bess, lie mingled with those of her sister, Bloody Mary, in a single tomb at Westminster Abbey. But are they really royal remains — or evidence of the greatest conspiracy in English history?- very interesting.
Queen Elizabeth, 1998. *This looks like those parent sport days which schools often have, but in 1998 she wouldn't have had any children in school. So I don't know what's going on here. If anyone knows, please comment!
Tudor Make-up & Cosmetics - The Elizabethan era Queen Elizabeth I set the fashions and as she grew older she more wore elaborate make-up which was useful for hiding wrinkles and other signs of ageing. Queen Elizabeth had contracted small pox which had left some slight scarring on her face. As she grew older the heavy white make-up which she favored helped to hide this and maintain her illusion of beauty and image as the 'Virgin Queen'.