What did Henry VIII do to his wives?
Henry VIII's wives
Catherine of Aragon - divorced after failing to produce a male
Anne Boleyn - tried, convicted and executed for treason,
witchcraft and incest. She was almost certainly innocent and was
the victim of her enemies at court and those who wanted to
ingratiate themselves with the King.
Jane Seymour - died of complications of childbirth.
Anne of Cleves - divorced after six months - Henry found her
unnattractive but treated her well and she outlived Henry and all
his other wives.
Catherine Howard - tried, convicted and executed for treason -
her treason was committing adultery with at least two men.
Catherine Parr - outlived Henry, remarried and died of
complications of childbirth just over a year after Henry died.