Henry viii had 6 wives
Yes. It was Anne Of Cleeves. She was ADORABLE in the painting. But when Henry set eyes on her face, he nearly died. She was SO ugly.
The duration of The Six Wives of Henry VIII - film - is 2.08 hours.
King Henry VIII had SIX wives
The Six Wives of Henry VIII - film - was created in 1973.
Henry the VIII killed 2 of his wives. Anne Boleyn, Katheryn Howard. Both were beheaded.
king henry 8 had 6 wives
as he took the catholic church of the pope and decided to reign himself... he beheaded 2 of his wives as he thought they were ugly however one of them did cheat
The Six Wives of Henry VIII - 1970 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:M
The last of Henry VIII wives to die was Anne of Cleves. She died from a sweating sickness plaguing London.
The Six Wives of Henry VIII - album - was created on 1973-01-23.
if I'm correct i believe you're talking about anne of cleaves henrys fourth wife who looked beautiful in her portrait but then was divorced by Henry for being to ugly
Henry VIII was not beheaded, therefore none of his wives were accused of that.
Henry VIII had six wives: Catherine of Aragon Anne Boleyn Jane Seymore Anne of Cleves Catherine Howard Catherine Parr
well of course Henry VII and Henry VIII and also all of Henry VIII wives
Henry VIII executed two of his wives by beheading: Anne Boleyn Catherine Howard The other wives he either divorced, claimed to annul the marriage, died in childbirth or outlived him.
Henry VIII has six wives.
Henry VIII of England was born on June 28, 1491 and reigned from 1509 to 1547. He had six wives throughout his life.
The Six Wives of Henry VIII Live at Hampton Court Palace was created on 2009-05-02.
Henry VIII loved only those wives who gave him a son.
Answer Anne Boleyn was the second of Henry VIII's six wives
Henry VIII executed 2 of his wives: Anne Boleyn and Katherine Howard.
no he had ALOT of wives and showed no remorse when his wives died
King Henry VIII
his children and his wives.
No, But he executed 2 of his wives!
In 1523, Henry VIII was the Pope's closest supporter because he needed him to give him an annulment from his wife. Henry VIII had six wives.
Henry Tudor (Henry VIII) killed 3 of his wives...... 2 were beheaded and 1 died of childbirth.
There has been no Henry XIII - the last English king called Henry was Henry VIII, and he was the only king to have six wives. See the related question below for Henry VIII's wives.
Henry VIII didn't physically behead anyone himself; others did it.
Henry VIII was the King of England. He is best known for breaking away from the Catholic Church and his six wives.
King Henry VIII was famous for having 6 wives, 2 of which he killed himself.
Henry VIII wasnt a particularly good person or big hero or anything, but he had a certain talent for going through and getting bored of wives. 'Divorced, beheaded, died; divorced, beheaded, survived' is the mantra for remembering what Henry VIII did with his wives and in what order.
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I'm not sure Henry VIII wrote it at all, but if he did, it was belived to be to queen Anne Boleyn, one of Henry VIII's wives.
Answer King Henry VII of England had one wife. His son, King Henry VIII famously had six wives.
King Henry VIII had his 6 wives that he edded.
Katherine Parr out lived Henry VIII
when Henry was out on campaign one of his wives took over
He beheaded his wives for not having sons
he had 6 wives
His six wives.
his 6 wives and their deaths
by executing his wives
Answer Henry VIII married Jane Seymour on 30th May 1536. She was the third of his six wives.
In 1625 Henry VIII, his wives and children were long gone. In 1525 however he was married to Catherine of Aragon.
Answer King Henry VIII of England had SIX wives, and at least two mistresses.
Two of Henry VIII's wives were beheaded, his second and fifth - Anne Boleyn and her cousin, Katherine Howard.
Henry VIII executed two of his wives: the second, Anne Boleyn, and the fifth, Catherine Howard.