Matilda confused on a photo shoot... This isn't my dad... @thesamwilko See more from the shoot on the fantastic @blovedblog Full Team: Photographer: @lemonadepictures Stylist: @laurajeholden Venue: @theoldparishrooms Flowers: @jenn_pinder_flowers Makeup: @melkmakeup Hair: @kasia_fortuna Dress: @blackburnbridal Tableware: @classiccrockery Models: @thesamwilko Suit: @mossbros Stationary: @weareknotted
Henry I Of England - statue in Westminster//known as Henry Beauclerc (or Educated) the fourth son of William the Conqueror. Henry married Matilda of Scotland but continued to have a large number of mistresses, by whom he had many illegitimate children. Considered by contemporaries to be a harsh but effective ruler, Henry skilfully manipulated the barons in England and Normandy as well as his daughter and nephew who fought for his throne after his death.
Roald Dahl Wanted His Magical 'Matilda' To Keep Books Alive
For many young readers, Dahl is a beloved author. But to Lucy Dahl, he's also Dad. "Matilda was one of the most difficult books for him to write," she says. "I think that there was a deep genuine fear within his heart that books were going to go away and he wanted to write about it."