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"The Spanish Princess" returns viewers to the world of Tudor royal court intrigue, continuing the story from the Starz miniseries "The White Queen" and the Starz limited series "The White Princess." It's told uniquely from the perspective of the women, but it also sheds light on the lives of people of color who were living and working in 16th-century London. Teenage Catherine of Aragon, the strong-willed Princess of Spain, is promised in marriage to the English Prince Arthur. When he dies suddenly, the throne seems lost until she sets her sights on the new heir, the charismatic and headstrong Prince Harry.

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The fate of England hangs in the balance when the Tudor family is rocked by tragedy; Catherine risks everything to find out if Harry still loves her.
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The whole country is suffering; Catherine is barely recognizable as the "Spanish Princess" and Maggie is destitute, but Catherine is determined not to abandon her destiny.
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The English throne seems within Catherine's reach, but an unfortunate twist of fate means that her future now lies in the hands of her unstable older sister.
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Catherine is faced with a dilemma, either marry King Henry Tudor and immediately become Queen of England or find a way to refuse and hold out for Harry.
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As the nation mourns Lizzie's passing and Catherine works to secure her marriage to Harry, Henry shocks the family by announcing his intention to honor his wife's dying wish.
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Catherine remains determined to become England's future Queen and makes plans to marry Prince Harry; Lizzie has a troubling premonition following a complicated labor.
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Catherine is one step closer to the English throne with her marriage to Arthur, but must navigate the challenges of a new relationship and a new court.
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Catherine of Aragon arrives in England to wed Prince Arthur, heir to the English throne, in a marriage contract intended to forge an alliance between the two nations.

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