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And Where Are You From My Deary?

It would be remiss of us and indeed the Count to bask in the glory of Leicester City’s fearsome rise to the top of the Premier League food chain. 452 more words

Jane Seymour (1508-1537) - House of Seymour - Plain Jane

Jane Seymour, Queen Consort of England, was the third wife of infamous King Henry Tudor VIII of England. Jane was raised to throne as soon as the King’s second wife, Anne Boleyn was thrown off. 787 more words


Sorry!—here are some Tudors

Apologies! I’m having some trouble working the buttons. I posted here yesterday evening with the intention of making the images easier to enlarge. It didn’t work and I deleted the post. 68 more words


Katherine of Aragon: The True Queen by Alison Weir

Divorced, Beheaded, Died

Divorced, Beheaded, Survived


I’ll be honest with you, my prior knowledge of Henry VIII’s wives didn’t stretch much beyond that little rhyming couplet. 677 more words


Jane Seymour - Plain Jane

Jane Seymour, perhaps the original Plain Jane if Chapuys comments are to be believed, became wife number three on 30th May 1536. She was another descendent of Edward III via Hotspur. 466 more words

Sixteenth Century


Before American Idol, The Voice, So You Think You Can Dance, Glee and even those now defunct reality show looking for their next Broadway lead …there was FAME. 552 more words

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Book Corner: In the Footsteps of the Six Wives of Henry VIII by Sarah Morris and Natalie Grueninger

This book provides a fresh perspective on the lives of Henry VIII’s six wives by embarking on a journey through the manors, castles and palaces in which their lives were played out.

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English History