Let’s say in 1455/6, Margaret of Anjou fell pregnant and gave birth to a healthy daughter (let’s call her Katherine for simplicity). How would this affect things? Obviously, a mere daughter is unlikely to deter York and friends from attempting to get rid of the King’s ‘evil councillors’ or to seize the throne. However, the Lancastrians are likely to try and use Katherine to try and make allies during the 1460s and 70s (maybe a proposal for her to marry Charles the Bold?) . Would this attempt succeed and if so who is the most likely foreign candidate for her hand? Could it make a difference in the outcome of the Readeption? Furthermore, assuming the Readeption plays out as otl, what becomes of Margaret? Would she return to England too with her mother and brother, where she’d likely be locked up in a convent following their defeat? Or would she be left behind in France/her Grandfather’s territories during the conflict? If the latter, does she try to retake her family’s throne or possibly become another pawn in Louis XI’s schemes? I could see him trying to marry her to Dauphin Charles or an alt son of his or even a French ally. Would her existence be enough to keep the Lancastrian cause alive and well in the 1470s and 80s.