Queen Katherine

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Agnes Howard, Duchess Of Norfolk - Dowager Duchess
... in 1526 indicate that she was accorded first place in the Queen's household after the King's sister Mary Tudor ... Thomas Cranmer declared Henry VIII's marriage to his first Queen, Catherine of Aragon, a nullity ... Anne was crowned Queen on 1 June 1533 ...
Robin Hood And Queen Katherine
... "Robin Hood and Queen Katherine" is Child ballad 145 ... The Queen Katherine of the title is not certainly identified ... time with which Robin Hood has normally been associated did not have any queens named Katherine ...
The Tudors - Synopsis - Season 1
... a male heir compels him to question his marriage to his Queen, Katherine of Aragon ... an illegitimate son with his mistress, Elizabeth "Bessie" Blount, who is also one of Queen Katherine's ladies-in waiting (the son, Henry FitzRoy, later dies) ... mistress pushes him to use Cardinal Wolsey to take action against the Queen, the King instructing his trusted advisor to get papal dispensation for his divorce on the grounds ...
List Of The Tudors Episodes - Episode List - Season 1 (2007)
... And weighing most on his mind is his failure thus far to produce a male heir with his Queen, Katherine of Aragon so far their only child (who survived beyond birth ... The aunt of the powerful Spanish king Charles, Katherine is all that a Queen should be, and popular, but the difficult pursuit of a divorce approved by the Pope becomes a seductive option ... is to take place in France, and—against Katherine's express wishes—their daughter Mary is to be betrothed to the Dauphin of France, also still a child ...

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