Henry VIII was married to six distinctly different women. Below is an introduction to these remarkable and often misunderstood queens. For more rich, in-depth details into their lives, please read my "Tudors" series.
Kathrine of Aragon, stubborn and devoutly Catholic.
Died from a illness.
Anne Boleyn, proud and feircely ambitious.
Jane Seymour, deceptively strong-willed.
Died from childbirth.
Anne of Cleves, unappealing and uncomplaining.
Katherine Howard, young and foolish.
Katherine Parr, brave, practical, and intelligent.
His last wife and she became a widow.