Today is St. David’s Day, a national holiday in our Tudors’ family homeland of Wales. Although it’s not a national holiday in the UK, it is celebrated with much fanfare across Wales: parades, concerts, food festivals, wearing of the daffodil. consuming of lamb/leek stew, and so on. Lots of fun! Well, not for the lambs. But otherwise a lovely celebration!
Remember, then, on this day, that our favourite
dysfunctional family had their origins in Wales, where they were the “Tudurs.” When you think “Tudors,” think Wales — Pin on a daffodil and enjoy this 1st day of March!