If they were alive today…

Posted: April 4, 2010 in Trivialities, rants & other ephemera

Elizabeth Wydeville would be keeping the global shoe industry afloat.

Edward IV would be keeping the Las Vegas wedding chapels in business, taking over from the sterling work of his second set of secret in-laws.

Anne Nevill would be on her way home from her third successful visit to an ivf clinic.

Margaret of Anjou would be in tax exile somewhere in the Caribbean.

Edmund Beaufort would be racking up the frequent flyer points between Heathrow and the Caribbean.

Richard Earl of Warwick would be running a series of successful Empowering Your Daughters seminars.

Cecily Nevill would be hosting Project Runway.

The Earl of Wiltshire would be a Republican senator from Massachusetts.

George Nevill would still be trying to get a cardinal’s hat.

Thomas Nevill would be the new host of Family Feud.

Richard Duke of York would be the leader of the Lib Dems.

Elizabeth Duchess of Suffolk would be living in quiet splendour somewhere in the shires, hoping to God the phone didn’t ring.

Margaret Beaufort would be in her son’s dressing room, ironing his costumes and writing up notes.

Thomas Stanley would be waiting in the car at the stage door, looking at a picture of his first wife, sighing softly.

John Nevill would get Northumberland to secede and declare himself King.

Humphrey Duke of Buckingham would be a family court mediator.

Anne Countess of Warwick would sue Tussauds for vandalism.

The Earl of Oxford’s face would be on milk cartons.

Margaret Countess of Oxford would be in the final three on Project Runway.

Anthony Wydeville would be world figure skating champion.

Isobel Nevill would be on Broadway, playing Lady Macbeth.

Henry Holland would be the captain of the Exxon Valdez.

Jane Shore would be a PhD candidate.

Can’t come up with any more, but you can tell – I’m feeling a lot better today.

Happy Easter.

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