A 500-year-old bed, found in a hotel car park, may have once belonged to Welsh-born King Henry VII (1485-1509).
The four-poster which, it's thought, could be worth millions of pounds was discovered by auctioneers in Chester.
It's since been linked to the Pembroke-born monarch using DNA testing.
The bed is thought to have been the marriage bed of Henry and Elizabeth of York (1485-1503).
It is now on show at Hever Castle in Kent.
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A man from Beddau is planning to see the world after winning over £1.5m on the Lotto jackpot prize.
Fifty-two-year-old Clive Osborne matched all six number in the draw, making him an instant millionaire.
A former warehouse worker, Clive currently acts as a full-time carer for his elderly parents who are both in their eighties.
But after scooping £1,564,628, Clive is hoping to travel around India and Thailand.
“I was totally shocked when I realised that I’d won, I haven’t slept for days. My parents thought I was joking and didn’t believe me until the winners advisor from Camelot came to confirm my winnings. The news hasn’t really sunk in yet, so I haven’t had a chance to decide what I’ll spend my money on but one thing this money will give me is the freedom to travel around Asia – I would love to visit India and Thailand. I have travelled a bit in the past but now I’m looking forward to seeing more of the world.”
A keen amateur photographer, Clive is also planning to treat himself to a state-of- the-art camera and a new tablet. He also plans to splash out on gifts for his close family.
“It’s great to be able to treat people to something special and everyone is working on their lists at the moment. There is a bottle of champagne in the fridge but we haven’t celebrated the win just yet, I want to wait until the money is in my account and I know it’s real!”
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