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  • Nell Gwynn, captured here by Simon Verelst, circa, 1680.

    Graphic portrait of Charles II's mistress comes to light

  • Nell Gwynn, captured here by Simon Verelst, circa, 1680.

    Graphic portrait of Charles II's mistress comes to light

  • Also there were a lot of corridors in the Wing, so in order to remember which way to go, I had to remember the Peter Lely painting of Nell Gwynn that marked one of the corridors.

    More Highlights from The Anne Boleyn Experience 2010

  • Also there were a lot of corridors in the Wing, so in order to remember which way to go, I had to remember the Peter Lely painting of Nell Gwynn that marked one of the corridors.

    Archive 2010-05-01

  • Susan is also the author of Royal Harlot (about Barbara Castlemaine) and The King's Favorite (about Nell Gwynn).

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Carkesse even claimed to have been visited by Nell Gwynn, whom he admired because, like Carkesse, she was a Protestant.

    Bedlam

  • Carkesse even claimed to have been visited by Nell Gwynn, whom he admired because, like Carkesse, she was a Protestant.

    Bedlam

  • Carkesse even claimed to have been visited by Nell Gwynn, whom he admired because, like Carkesse, she was a Protestant.

    Bedlam

  • Farther down on the same side were two portraits of Nell Gwynn; the one painted when she was a girl; the other when she had attained a more mature age.

    Wild Wales : Its People, Language and Scenery

  • Having said that, the whole St. Albans line is illegitimate, since it is descended from the son of Charles II and Nell Gwynn, who threatened to throw the baby out of the window unless Charles acknowledged him.

    catpewk Diary Entry

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