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4th October 1539 King Henry VIII marries Anne of Cleves http://englishhistory.net/tudor/monarchs/cleves.html

By Roland Hui ___________________________ Anne of Cleves – Henry VIII’s Luckiest Wife? By Roland Hui ___________________________ Of Henry VIII’s six wives, Anne of Cleves has the distinction of not.

images crown jewels of King Henry VIII | Henry VIII by Hans Holbein the younger

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King Henry VIII by Hans Holbein the younger

Henry VIII, King of England, circa 1520.

A miniature of Henry VIII c. 1526 by Lucas Horenbout. In the Louvre Museum, Paris.

Anne of Cleves traveled to England and Henry VIII rushed to meet his young bride. According to Henry, the Holbein portrait had been over-complimentary to Anne - Holbein had reflected her sweet nature in the portrait but Anne of Cleves was not what Henry expected. "I like her not!" he told everyone... King Henry could not get out of the marriage contract and the marriage ceremony went ahead.

Anne of Cleves travelled to England and Henry rushed to meet his young bride…

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Mary Queen of Scots by Nicholas Hilliard 1578

Jane Boleyn, Lady Rochford executed February 1542. Married to George Boleyn. Her evidence was key to sending Ann Boleyn and George Boleyn to the scaffold. She was Lady in Waiting to Catherine Howard and was executed with her.

Jane Boleyn, Lady Rochford executed February Married to George Boleyn. Her evidence was key to sending Ann Boleyn and George Boleyn to the scaffold. She was Lady in Waiting to Catherine Howard and was executed with her.

Mary Boleyn, sister of Anne Boleyn | This portrait hangs in Hollyrood Palace, Edinburgh Scotland.

Mary Boleyn, sister of Anne Boleyn Mary Boleyn (c. July was a member of the English Boleyn family, which enjoyed considerable influence during the reign of King Henry VIII of England. Mary was the sister of Queen consort Anne Boleyn.

1565 Queen Elizabeth I 1533-1603 att to Levina Teerlinc

A miniature of a young Queen Elizabeth I, attributed to Levina Teerlinc,

Anne Parr, born in 1514 or 1515, deceased on 20. February 1552, married to Sir William Herbert († 1570), first Earl of Pembroke; they had three children: Henry Herbert († 1601), second Earl of Pembroke, born between September 1538 and December 1538 or in 1539, Edward († 1595), born between 1543 and 1547, and Anne († 1592), born between 1545 and 1550

Katherine Parr, wife of Henry VIII, by Lucas Horenbout. Upon the death of King Henry VIII in married her true love,Thomas Seymour

1457: King Henry VII was born in Pembroke Castle, Wales.. Henry was the only son of 23 year old Edmund Tudor and 12 year old Margaret Beaufort.. Edmund Tudor, died before he was born and Henry was raised by his uncle Jasper Tudor..

King Henry VII was born in Pembroke Castle, Wales. He was the only son of 23 yr old Edmund Tudor & 13 yr old Margaret Beaufort. Edmund Tudor, died before Henry was born; Henry was raised by his uncle Jasper Tudor

Joan of Kent (1328-1385) was the wife of Edward the Black Prince. Joan & Edward's marriage was one of the rare love matches of the day; as heir to the throne, Edward was expected to make a lucrative match to a foreign princess, but he chose to marry his childhood friend, Joan. Edward had been giving presents to Joan & calling her pet names since their adolescence. This marriage wasn't only controversial because of Joan's mere noble status, but because of her sordid marital history.

Decorative stone boss at Canterbury Cathedral, thought to be the Fair Maid of Kent, Joan Plantagenet, Princess of Wales. Joan had a rather complicated marital history, and the Black Prince was her husband. Their son became Richard II.

Anne of Cleves, Fourth Wife of Henry VIII, Waxwork at Warwick Castle | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

A detail of an Anne of Cleves waxwork statue at Warwick Castle, based on her portrait by Holbein.

Henry Percy - He was most famous for being engaged to Anne Boelyn before she caught the eye of King Henry VIII. The engagement was broken off and Anne eventually married Henry. I love this dreamy very casual (and sexy) portrait.

Miniature of Sir Henry Percy, Earl of Northumberland by Nicholas Hilliard, (Fitzwilliam Museum). Henry Percy, Earl of Northumberland.some thought schemer.

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King Henry VIII Ruled Son of King Henry VII. best known for his multiple wives and the establishment of the Church of England.

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