So was his mother, the thirteen-year-old Lady Margaret Beaufort, great-granddaughter on the wrong side of the blanket
of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, by Katherine Swynford.
Fortunately, weno longer brand an innocent child born on what was once called the wrong side of the blanket
with the nasty, cruel, evil bastard word.
He was a bastard born on the wrong side of the blanket
The similarities between Cornwell's two heroes are obvious, with both men born the wrong side of the blanket
, both brilliant fighters, both apparently irresistible to women, and who rise far above their station.
The large AFL craft unions believed they had been born on the wrong side of the blanket
and were illegitimate.