“The English court held their collective breaths as both the Prince and Princess of Wales fell ill sometime during March of 1502, probably with the sweating sickness that was commonly found in England at the time. Prayers were said, doctors were summoned, and then early in April, both would recover.” A. E. Bell, “The Early Tudor Years” “Riding high from the miracle that was his son and daughter-in-law’s survival, Henry VII turned his attention to his younger children. Having arranged for his heir’s marriage to one of the most eligible brides of Europe, Henry VII would accept no less for his three younger children.” Dr. Marella Howard, “The First Tudor King” “Not much is known about the childhood of the man who would come to be known as the Greatest Prince in Christendom by some and the Great Heretic by others. Then Prince Henry Tudor, Duke of York, was his father’s spare and as such did not often appear in public. It is known that he was extremely close with his mother, Elizabeth of York.” Isaac Laab, “Henry Tudor, Heretic and Father of Kings” Hello internet people! This is my first stab at an alternate history timeline. The difference is that Arthur Tudor survived. This snowballed Elizabeth of York’s survival because she and Henry VII didn’t try for another child. And her survival extended Henry VII’s life as well.