I was born February eleventh, 1466, at Westminster Palace in London. I was the eldest born child of Queen Elizabeth Woodville and King Edward IV.
Like most royal pregnancies, my birth was awaited eagerly, no less, that it was the Queen's first. Of course, all expected and hoped for a Prince. And when the birthing pains started, my father's physician stated he'd be the first to carry the King's new born son to him, unfortunately for him, I was a girl.
But, my father felt no disappointment at all. He was overjoyed to have a daughter.
At my christening, I was given the name and title; "Lady Princess Elizabeth Plantagenet of England." Where my grandmothers, Jaquetta of Luxembourg, and Cecily Neville(who my younger sister would be named after, and who also did not prefer the company of my mother so much), stood as my godmothers, and Richard Neville, earl of Warwick, once an ally of my father's, who would later turn his back on the King, my godfather.
For the first four years o