Are Kings Henry VIII and George III related?
King Henry VIII and King George III were in different dynasty and different time. George dynasty came from Germany, but King Henry VIII was the son of King Henry VII of England, previously known as Henry Tudor.
King George III was however descended from King Henry VII. The current Queen Elizabeth II is descended from King William I in 1066, and there are claims that she is descended further back, from King Edgar in the 10th Century.
George III was in fact descended from Henry VII the father of Henry VIII through his daughter Margaret
George III, King of the United Kingdom and Hanover
Frederick, Prince of Wales (his father)
George II (his father) King of the United Kingdom and Hanover
George I (his father) King of the United Kingdom and Elector of Hanover
Sophia (his mother) Electress of Hanover
Elizabeth (her mother) Electress Palatine and Queen of Bohemia
James I/VI (her father) King of Scotland and England & Ireland
Mary (his mother) Queen of Scots
James V (her father) King of Scots
Margaret Tudor (his mother) Queen of Scots
Henry VII (her father and father of Henry VIII) King of England and Ireland
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