England's Reading East MP Rob Wilson has been paying attention to the possible discovery of te remains of Richard III, and would like to have the same experience in his district. King Henry I, son of William the Conqueror, founded Reading Abbey in 1121 and is thought to have been buried there in 1135.
Experts believe that the tomb was destroyed and the remains lost, but Wilson hopes that their recovery would boost tourism in Reading. "If they can find Richard 3rd in Leicester, we can find Henry 1st in Reading! He's buried in Reading Abbey somewhere, let's find him," tweeted the MP.