"After this he with great pompe was conueighed to Westmynster, and there the thirtye daye of Octobre was with all ceremonyes accustomed, enoynted & crouned kyng by the whole assent as well of the comons as of the nobilite, . & was named kyng Henry the. vij. of that name, which was in the yere of our redempcion. M. cccc. Ixxxvi.Frederyke the. iii. then beynge Emperouv of Almayne, Maximilian his sonne then beynge newely elected kyng of Romanes, Charles the. viij. reignyng ouer the Frenche nacion, & James the iij. rulyng the realme of Scotland. Which kyngdorne he obteyned & enioyed as a thyng by God elected & prouided, and by his especiall fauoure & gracious aspecte compassed and acheued. In so muche that men comonly reporte that. vii. C. xcvii. yeres passed, it was by a heauenly voyce reueled to Cadwalader last kyng of Brytons that his stocke and progeny should reigne in this land and beare domynion agayn: Wherupon most men were persuaded in their awne opinion that by this heauenly voyce he was prouided & ordeyned longe before to enioye and obteine this kyngdom, whiche thing kyng Henry the. vi. did also shewe before as you haue heard declared."
"For whan the kynge her sone was crowned in all that grete tryumphe & glorye, she wepte meruayllously"
I wonder what was going through her mind at the time?