In search of Henry VIII's final queen: Sudeley Castle, and the sad story of Katherine Parr

In search of Henry VIII's final queen: Sudeley Castle, and the sad story of Katherine Parr

In search of Henry VIII& final queen: Sudeley Castle, and the sad story of Katherine Parr

Elizabeth I

How would Henry VIII and Elizabeth I look in the 21st century?

How historical figures would have looked today: Elizabeth I - A powerful no-nonsense female leader, Elizabeth might have straightened her hair in a powerful yet stylish short cropped style. Known for her love of fashion, she would be more likely to wear

Queen Jane Seymour - Henry VIII's beloved 3rd wife - only wife to provide a son, yet died soon after giving birth. Henry went into a great depression after she died because of his love for her.

Queen Jane Seymour, Third Wife of Henry VIII Henry actually claimed Jane to be his most beloved of wives, and the one he regretted most (mother of his only living son) most likely because she didn't live long enough for him to tire of her

Undressing The Royals - A Brief History of Royal dress, from the Tudors to William and Kate

Undressing The Royals - A Brief History of Royal dress, from the Tudors to William and Kate - Angels Fancy Dress. Back story to the Seann Triubhas too!

Katherine Parr, Sixth Wife of King Henry VIII... Actually can trace our family back to a cousin of hers!

Formerly called Lady Jane Grey Unknown Artist. The unfortunate Jane Grey was my ancestor. Her story would convince anyone it was perilous to take on a Tudor.

November 8, 1543 - Birth of Lettice Knollys, one of the best known figures of Elizabeth I's court. Read more about her at www.janetwertman.com

renaissance-art: “George Gower c. 1585 Lettice Knollys, Countess of Leicester ”

Anne Boleyn saying farewell to her daughter Elizabeth.

Anne holding her toddler daughter Elizabeth.who was 2 yrs 8 months when her mother was murdered by her her father's orders.Henry was in bed with Jane Seymore when his wife's head was cut off at The Tower of London☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆

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Mary Tudor, Queen of England she had no children but two suspected false pregnancies . She suffered from womb ovarian cysts /menstrual problems.

Anne Von Kleves (Anne of Cleves) wax figure. 4th wife of Henry VIII. Motto: 'God send me well to keep'

Anne Von Kleves (Anne of Cleves), fourth wife of Henry VIII, wax figure. Motto: 'God send me well to keep.

Jane Seymour (1509-1537)

Portraits of century ladies by Richard Burchett at Palace of Westminster; Catherine Howard Mary Tudor, Queen of France and Mary of Guise, Queen of Scotland Anne Boleyn and Jane Seymour

Mary of Guise (Queen of Scotland)

Mary of Guise, wife of James V of Scotland & mother of Mary Queen of Scots, by Richard Burchett part of his series of portraits at the Palace of Westminster telling the Tudor story

Le mariage entre Anne de Clèves et Henri VIII a lieu en janvier 1540.Le roi le fait annuler quatre jours plus tard !

6 January 1540 - The Wedding of Henry VIII and Anne of Cleves

Anne of Cleves, Studio of Barthel Bruyn the Elder. Photo: St John’s College, Oxford. Not a Holbein!

Escuela flamenca; Mary Tudor

Escuela flamenca; Mary Tudor

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