Bed linked to Welsh-born Henry VII

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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.