Robert Saint-Leger Posted January 14, 2017 Share Posted January 14, 2017 Worcester's house isn't in the guidebook, but we've used it, so I'm going to try and hunt up the description It was fortuitous that most the nobility kept later hours, because as he returned to the house after Gresham with Arthur, he was yet hoping to have the discussion he had suggested to his father-in-law when he had picked Arthur up. Though he was hoping to repair matters with his own father sooner rather than later, there were a few things he was hoping his father-in-law could help him with before then. Since he was also a privy councilor, he might be able to offer some ideas just as well as his father could. Plus, he wished to share what Cumberland had said about Mary and the Queen. Joining familial forces to help such a thing come about only benefit all of them; not to mention, it was quite a compliment for one's young daughter to be well-received. Beverley might have felt himself something of a disappointment as a son-in-law were it not for Worcester also have been estranged, rather permanently, from his own father. It made him a bit less nervous as he walked inside with Arthur, thankful to be out of the cold once more. There were flurries falling against outside, and it was frigid. He did not long for a trip back to Whitehall. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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