An unruly child to be sure, Richard raised a rebellion against his father twice within his reign. The first was an unsuccessful attempt, but his father, Henry II, forgave him. The second was more successful, and came at the end of Henry’s reign, with an intent to force his father into naming Richard as his successor, which he did.
He raised a rebellion against his father… twice! (2/8)
Submitted to "Lionheart: 8 Facts About Britain’s Bravest King"