Saturday, November 07, 2009

The sixth wife of Henry VIII


Written by Jean Plaidy pen name for author Eleanor Hibbert. It was strange to know that kings in those days took the liberty to behead their wives if he got interested in another. Not sure if thats entirely true. But Catherine Parr the sixth wife was the only one in Henry VIII's life who survived or rather escaped going to the tower as he was old and needed her as a nurse. His other wives were either beheaded or divorced and one died during childbirth leaving behind King Edward VI.

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