Katherine of Aragón (Catalina de Aragón), married Prince Arthur on 14 November 1501 in Old St. Paul's Cathedral, London. She was born 16 December 1485 at the Archbishop’s Palace in Alcala de Henares near Madrid, Spain died 07 January 1536 at Kimbolton Castle, Cambridgeshire, England. Katherine was by birth related to both of Arthur's parents through the House of Lancaster.
King Henry VIII's six wives. Catherine of Aragon (divorced); Anne Boleyn (beheaded); Jane Seymour (died); Anne of Cleves (divorced); Catherine Howard (beheaded); and Catherine Parr (predeceased by Henry VIII).
A previously unknown portrait of Catherine of Aragon (circa 1520) discovered by chance at Lambeth Palace has been put on display at the National Portrait Gallery, beside the circa 1520 portrait of her husband, Henry VIII.
Catherine of Aragon was born on the 16th December 1485 and was the youngest surviving child of the Spanish Catholic monarchs, Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile. It is interesting to note that she had a strong claim to the English throne as she was descended from John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster and son of Edward III.
Katherine of Aragon, 1st Queen of Henry VIII Catherine of Aragon was described as the most beloved queen in English history. Catherine was born on December 15, 1485 at Alcala de Henares, Madrid. She was the last child of Ferdinand of Aragon, king of Spain and Isabella, queen of Castile (together known as the "Catholic Kings").
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This is the original marriage contract between Henry VIII and Katherine of Aragon, signed in 1503. The Pope granted the dispensation for the marriage in the following year. But in 1505, Henry VII had began to doubt the alliance and forced his son to repudiate the match. Katherine was left to struggle in England with no prospects of a match or of returning home to Spain. Henry VIII would not marry Katherine until the 11th June 1509, after his father had died and he had become King himself.