To go back to the story's foundations, the following is believed to be broadly true, taken from an chronicle written by the Portuguese historian Fernão Lopes around 1440: in around 1340, Prince Pedro I fell in love with his wife's lady-in-waiting, Inês de Castro, whose father was a Spanish nobleman. Pedro's father, the Portuguese King Afonso IV, did not approve, and exiled Inês. But after Pedro's wife died, Inês returned to Portugal and lived with Pedro, and they had four children.
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