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Ask Smithsonian. Photos Submit to Our Contest. Photo of the Day. She loves you well, I tell her I have cause to love you best…And as the pen writes so the heart thinks, that of all earthly joys that have happened to me, I thank God chiefest for you. For with you I have all the joy and content of mind, and without you death is more pleasant to me than life, if I thought I should be long from you. And therefore, good wife, do as I will do; hope shortly for our meeting. Fare well my sweet None, from Hampton Court, this Monday at midnight, for it is every night so late before I go to my bead, being at play in the Privy Chamber…where I lost about a hundred pounds…your faithful husband till death.
There is so much going on in this letter. Bess and George had just recently married and its obvious George is in love with her. George is very anxious to leave Hampton Court and come to Chatsworth to celebrate Christmas with Bess and their families.
And in a private glimpse into the Privy Chamber, George had been gambling late into the night and lost one hundred pounds! In his exclusive Prologue article, Daniel paints a picture of his grandmother that is quite different from the stern, serious-looking "no comment" First Lady that most Americans remember and read about in history books.
Passages from the personal letters she and her husband exchanged over many years reveal a much more intimate, softer side to the former First Lady. For example, Daniel quotes a letter Bess wrote to Harry in while he was at Missouri National Guard training camp:.
In , with a small child Margaret, Clifton's mother to look after, Bess wanted to get her hair cut short, as many women in that era had done. But Harry was reluctant for her to lose the golden locks that she had when he was smitten with her at the age of six. Come on, be a sport.