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Lady Ursula Misseldon as played by Charlotte Salt

Character's backstory: Fictional Character

Gentility:

Position: Lady in Waiting to Jane Seymour

Personality type: Vamp, Seductress

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Ursula Misselden played by Charlotte Salt

CHARACTER CONNECTIONS


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Romance(s): Betrothed to Sir Richard Tavistock
Mistress to Sir Francis Bryan and King Henry VIII


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Sir Richard Tavistock
Ursula's fiance, Sir Robert Tavistock complains to Henry about Holbein painting Ursula as a nude.

UNFORGETTABLE CHARACTER QUOTES


  • Episode 3:2 to Sir Francis Bryan - " don't touch me, noli me tangere, for Caesar's I am" This is an actual quote from a Thomas Wyatt poem which is thought to have referred to Anne Boleyn


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Ursula Misselden played by Charlotte Salt

Season 3 promo shot



Ursula Misseldon


Ursula Misseldon Annabelle Wallis as Jane Seymour
Lady Ursula as lady-in-waiting with Jane Boleyn
to Queen Jane Seymour
Ursula Misseldon - The Tudors WikiUrsula Missledon








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Anne_Askew Does anyone find her kind of arrogant? (page: 1 2) 38 Apr 15 2011, 1:43 PM EDT by surelythemosthappy
Thread started: Apr 21 2009, 5:12 AM EDT  Watch
She seems so full of herself. The way she strutted into the celebration put her hand on her hip ( which by the way I found to be obnoxious and very un lady like.) and looked around like she owned the place just annoyed me. I find it hard to believe that Jane Seymour would choose someone like Ursula to be her lady in waiting.
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MsSquirrly Ursula could be loosely based on Anne Basset 19 Apr 23 2009, 2:53 AM EDT by luvprue2
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The idea that Henry could have had a mistress while married to Jane got me researching and it seems there was a hint of something with a lady in waiting called Anne Basset. First of all it was reported in a primary source (Wriothesley's chronicle) that just a week after the publication of Henry's marriage to Jane the King met two young beautiful ladies who made him sigh and say he was "sorry that he had not seen them before he was married".

It was perhaps the two daughters of Lady Lisle who had sent the quails to Jane later when she was pregnant.This was done as a reminder to Queen Jane of Lady Lisle's suit for her daughters, Anne & Catherine Basset. Jane chose Anne only and the day after she was sworn as one of her servants, Henry was said to remark that Anne was "far fairer" than her rejected sister.

After Jane's death, Henry had Jane's ladies kept together including Anne Basset (by name) and was known to spend time with the ladies in "splendid banquets". It was speculated in the Lisle letters that Anne or one of these ladies kept him company while he slept.

So perhaps the Ursula Misseldon character is not completely out of left field?
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emmqueenofwales Lady Ursula Misseldon 18 Apr 20 2009, 7:50 AM EDT by antoinette2
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is it me or do u think that Lady Ursula was there for one thing and one thing only. Just to get into bed with the king. Did you see the way she looked at the king on his own wedding. When I first saw her I could see that she was going to be trouble.
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