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Juan De Flandes, Catharina van Aragon

Catherine of Aragon – childhood and betrothal to Arthur, prince of Wales

Michel Sittow - Catherine of Aragon as Mary Magdalene] Мichel Sittow - Detroit Institute of Arts. Catherine of Aragon, as the Magdalene painted in her younger years.

LAKELAND, FL (WFLA) - A Lakeland couple is in the Polk County jail, charged with child abuse toward an 11 and 12-year-old.   Polk County She...

Sex offender's house of horrors for brother and sister aged 11 and 12

LAKELAND, FL (WFLA) - A Lakeland couple is in the Polk County jail, charged with child abuse toward an 11 and 12-year-old. Polk County She...

Tudor Queens - Catherine of Aragon, first wife of King Henry VIII of England....... by KristinaGehrmann

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One of six portraits purported to be Mary Boleyn-Excerpt from Mary's letter to Cromwell, after her secret marriage to William Stafford 1534, and banishment from Court- 'Master secretary, after my poor recommendations, which are little to be regarded of me that am a poor banished creature, this shall be to desire you to be good to my poor husband and to me.'

Mary Boleyn, sister of Anne Boleyn Mary Boleyn (c. July was a member of the English Boleyn family, which enjoyed considerable influence during the reign of King Henry VIII of England. Mary was the sister of Queen consort Anne Boleyn.

Catherine Parr coloring by VelkokneznaMaria on deviantART

The and final Queen of King Henry VIII of England. Noble and Illustrious, a true Queen whom Henry trusted with his life. She helped to continue the reformation of England and was a great influence and role model for her step-child, Queen Elizabeth I.

Anne Boleyn & Elizabeth I by lnor19, via Flickr

Being Bess: Death Could Not Separate Them: How Elizabeth I Connected to Her Deceased Mother Anne Boleyn

The "lost" portrait of Anne of Cleves. By Barthel Bruyn, circa 1540.

'Lost' portrait of Anne of Cleves? Portrait of Anne of Cleves, fourth queen consort of Henry VIII, attributed to the circle of Barthel Bruyn. Oil on vellum. She always looks pretty in portraits but was supposedly very ugly and smelly!

Catherine Parre -Catherine enjoyed a close relationship with Henry's three children and was personally involved in the education of Elizabeth and Edward, both of whom became English monarchs. She was influential in Henry's passing of the Third Succession Act in 1543 that restored both his daughters, Mary and Elizabeth, to the line of succession to the throne

Queen Katherine Parr: “The Jersey Portrait”. The portrait known as “The Jersey Portrait,” was once thought to depict Lady Jane Grey. Through thorough research however, the conclusion is that this is a portrait of Queen Katherine Parr.

Possibly Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scots

Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scots, widow of James IV,married Archibald Douglas, Earl of Angus and Henry Stewart. Sister of Henry VIII

CATHERINE PARR - «[Henry] had never a wife more agreeable to his heart».- Lord Thomas Risly / "Besides all the successes of government ... after all these changes, the glorious destiny brought me to die in the arms of such a devoted wife"- last words of Henry VIII about his last wife. // Catherine died at the age of 36 from the childbirth of her only child, Mary Seymour. The last documents about Mary are dated by 1550, when she was 2. Though some historians have a theory Mary Seymour…

Photographed at the London Royal Wax Museum in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada;

March 8,1953 - Mrs. Rosary Shellfo,22,after carefully bathing her 2 year old baby,laid the infant facedown on her kitchen bread-board and hacked off his head.She told police simply:”I don’t know why I killed my baby”.


Rosary Shellfo, after carefully bathing her 2 year old baby, laid the infant face-down on her kitchen bread-board and hacked off his head. She told police simply: ”I don’t know why I killed my baby”.