‘The Spanish Princess’ Trailer Reveals a Determined Catherine of Aragon!! Check It Out!!!

Starz has released the first trailer for its upcoming historical miniseries The Spanish Princess, a follow-up to The White Queen and The White Princess. Moving forward in time a little bit, The Spanish Princess focuses on Catherine of Aragon (Charlotte Hope), who comes to England to marry the Tutor Prince Arthur (Angus Imrie) and rule this foreign land. But, things don’t exactly work out as planned for anyone involved, though Catherine believes she is destined by God to being a Queen of England. But to marry Arthur’s younger brother Henry (Ruairi O’Connor) is considered a sin. Despite the machinations of the court, though, Catherine finds a way to fulfill her destiny.

Catherine’s story is often nothing more than a historical footnote, being known mostly as the woman Henry VIII divorces to marry Anne Boleyn, sparking the Protestant Reformation in England, and setting off a cavalcade of wives for the King, several of whom lost their heads. But The Spanish Princess starts much earlier, focusing on Catherine’s journey to this strange, rainy place, and how she comes to shape the rule of this young king who would become so infamous.

The series also stars Aaron CobhamStephanie Levi-JohnElliot CowanLaura Carmichael (pictured below), Georgie HenleyAngus Imrie, and Richard Pepper.

The official synopsis for The Spanish Princess:

“The Spanish Princess” is a vivid and captivating story told uniquely from the point of view of the women, which also sheds light on a previously untold corner of history: the lives of people of color in 16th century London. Catherine of Aragon is the Princess of Spain, who has been promised the English throne all her life. She arrives in a rain-lashed England with her glorious and diverse court including her ladies-in-waiting Lina and Rosa. When her husband dies suddenly, the throne seems lost to Catherine until she sets her sights on the new heir, the future King Henry VIII.

 

via Collider

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