Elizabeth’s coronation ends up being a very grand affair. She and her mother Jacquetta then get to work, marrying off her siblings to the nobility to make sure of their family’s security, and create a royal family loyal to Edward as he attempts to bring peace to England. The Lancastrians are stripped of their titles and Margaret Beaufort is determined to do something about it. After Elizabeth learns that her father and brother John are dead after being captured and beheaded without charge or trial, on the orders of Warwick, she is devastated and realises that her passion for Edward has cost her too much. Margaret is pleased after she learns that Edward has been captured and visits her young son Henry Tudor at Pembroke Castle and tells him that he will be the next king. Elizabeth is determined to gain revenge on Warwick and Edward’s brother George for killing her father and brother.