Henry VIII: Lover or Tyrant? Did He Love His Six Wives?

Henry VIII: Lover or Tyrant? Did He Love His Six Wives?

Alison Weir is one of the best Tudor scholars out there.and i've read a lot of Tudor history. if Henry VIII fascinates you as much as he does me, Weir is the one you want to read.

Henrys VIII's first love token to Anne, which she kept until her death,when she gave it to her jailor,pointing out that the design is of a serpent adding,'and thus he (Henry) proved ever unto me." It's now kept at Chequers, the Prime Misister's country residence.

Henrys VIII's first love token to Anne, which she kept until her death,when she gave it to her jailor,pointing out that the design is of a serpent adding,'and thus he (Henry) proved ever unto me." It's now kept at Chequers, the Prime Misister's country residence.

Mary is so very interesting and entwined with the life of her cousin Queen Elizabeth I.  Good read.

Mary is so very interesting and entwined with the life of her cousin Queen Elizabeth I. Good read.

Surprised to discover that there was no modern biography of the first Tudor queen and mother of the infamous Henry VIII, Alison Weir has written the first in-depth, engaging book about this woman who was born a York but died a Tudor. Daughter of the last Yorkish king, sister to the murdered princes in the tower, and wife of the first Tudor king, Elizabeth of York's life formed a bridge between the end of the House of York and the beginning of the Tudor dynasty.

Surprised to discover that there was no modern biography of the first Tudor queen and mother of the infamous Henry VIII, Alison Weir has written the first in-depth, engaging book about this woman who was born a York but died a Tudor. Daughter of the last Yorkish king, sister to the murdered princes in the tower, and wife of the first Tudor king, Elizabeth of York's life formed a bridge between the end of the House of York and the beginning of the Tudor dynasty.

The Lost Tudor Princess by Alison Weir

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Elizabeth of York: a Tudor of rare talent and one of England’s best queens | History Extra

Elizabeth of York: a Tudor of rare talent and one of England’s best queens | History Extra

The Dining Hall at Hever Castle, once the great hall of the Boleyns. Our welcome dinner will be hosted here (Six Wives tour 2013).

The Dining Hall at Hever Castle, once the great hall of the Boleyns. Our welcome dinner will be hosted here (Six Wives tour 2013).

My apologies. This board is supposed to go along with the Alison Weir book but I absolutely could not resist pinning this! LOL

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My apologies. This board is supposed to go along with the Alison Weir book but I absolutely could not resist pinning this! LOL

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