Category Archives: Tudor Queens

Anne of Cleves, Queen of England

Poor Anne of Cleves was sitting at the home of her brother the Duke of Cleves, minding her own business when who do you think came calling? King Henry VIII of England. He sent his trusted and favorite painter, Hans … Continue reading

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Jane Seymour, Queen of England

After all the storm and drama of Henry VIII’s first two marriages, his third marriage to Jane Seymour seems almost serene. After a prolonged effort to divorce his first wife and a definitive, far reaching split from the Catholic Church … Continue reading

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Anne Boleyn, Queen of England

We heard about Anne Boleyn in our blog about Catherine of Aragon. Anne has the distinction of being the first Queen Consort to be beheaded and because of her, the course of ecclesiastical history in England changed forever. Anne’s exact … Continue reading

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Catherine of Aragon, Queen of England

After many years of the long, convoluted and tragic English civil strife called The Wars of the Roses, the House of Lancaster had finally prevailed. Henry Tudor, the Welsh prince with Lancaster blood in his veins through his mother Margaret … Continue reading

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“Divorced, Beheaded, Died, Divorced, Beheaded, Survived”

We are deep into research on medieval English Queens so in the meantime have decided to blog about a new topic in a series of articles on the six wives of Henry VIII. This topic has been covered many times … Continue reading

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