Check out these signatures of Henry VIII's queen consorts. #1- Katherine of Aragon, #2- Anne Boleyn, #3- Jane Seymour, #4- Anne of Cleves, #5- Katherine Howard, #6- Katherine Parr (when she believed she would be named regent for Edward VI) #7- Katherine Parr.

Check out these signatures of Henry VIII's queen consorts. #1- Katherine of Aragon, #2- Anne Boleyn, #3- Jane Seymour, #4- Anne of Cleves, #5- Katherine Howard, #6- Katherine Parr (when she believed she would be named regent for Edward VI) #7- Katherine Parr.

Noble Ranks

Good historical fiction reference for Noble Ranks.except, aren't Lords higher than Knights?

But when it comes to a guy she likes, she's down there faster than your Asian valedictorian runs home to practice the violin.

and Blow Jobs: It's Complicated

Henry VIII's break from Rome King Henry VIII's six wives. Catherine of Aragon (divorced); Anne of Cleves (divorced); and Catherine Parr (predeceased by Henry VIII).

The most famous people to lose their head were Henry VIII’s two unfortunate wives, Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard. Here is the executioner’s axe and chopping block in the White Tower museum (inside The Tower of London). Their bodies are said to lay under the Chapel of St Peter ad Vincula.

The Executioner’s Axe and Chopping Block, White Tower Museum, The Tower of London, England - The most famous people to lose their heads were Henry VIIIs two unfortunate wives, Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard.

Catherine of Aragon. This portrait is said to be actually pretty close to what she truly looked like based on books on the topic.

Catalina de Aragón (Catherine of Aragon, first wife of Henry VIII) Interesting to note that she has light eyes and hair.

Catherine of Aragon, First Wife of Henry VIII, Waxwork at Warwick Castle

Catherine of Aragon, First Wife of Henry VIII, Waxwork at Warwick Castle. I wish I would have been up on my Tudor history a little better when I visited Warwick Castle!

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