The six wives of Henry VIII
- Catherine of Aragon, divorced
- Anne Boleyn, Executed
- Jane Seymour, died at childbirth
- Anne of Clevens, divorced
- Catherine Howard, executed
- Catherine Parr, widowed
i don’t know what is wrong with me, but since erica gave me “the other boleyn girl” by phillippa gregory, i have been somewhat obsessed with the tudor history—going so far to wiki most of the people, watch The Tudors series on netflix, and read another gregory book, “the boleyn inheritance” (that one is even more horrifying) . it amazes me the lives these people lived, and how that had to be a terrible time to be alive—watching every step, word or action you do, and even that sometimes wasn’t good enough, they would find what they needed to consider you guilty.
i went to london this year, and we didn’t go inside the tower, but we saw it (it was under construction or something) but it is weird to think that this really happened on that spot, and that there were heads just hanging out on the london bridge as a warning.