Did King Henry VIII like his wives younger or older?
younger as then they were more fertile and able to have a baby and help him.
King Sennacherib's older son was going to become king after his father died. Yet somehow his younger son convinced his older that he should be king. There was a ceremony and everyone pledged their allegiance to the younger son, including the older son. Afterwards however the older son wanted to be king and got very angry, the younger son was shipped off so he would be safe and the older son murdered his father and…
They are all dead now and have been for hundreds of years. Henry lived to be 56 (a respectable age at that time). He started marrying at age nineteen, when he became king and married the widow of his older brother Arthur. His wives were all between their mid-twenties and mid-thirties when Henry married them, with the exception of Catherine Howard who was 17 at the time.
Henry VIII had two sisters. The older was Margaret Tudor, who married the king of Scotland and was the grandmother of Mary, Queen of Scots. The younger was Mary Tudor, who married the much older king of France, and when he died, she secretly married her brother's friend, Charles Brandon. Her granddaughter was the ill-fated Lady Jane Grey, the Nine Days Queen.