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Henry's six wives
Updated: 3/18/2020
Henry's six wives
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  • I demand divorce !
  • It's not my fault I can't have a son isn't a daughter enough
  • I want divorce with Cathrine
  • No can Do
  • I have no choice to end the Pope's power in England
  • The woman in the slide is called Catherine Aragon. She was married to Henry VIII's brother Arthur who died. She was daughter to the king of Spain. She had a daughter with King Henry VIII called Mary, but no sons. She was too old for more children so Henry demanded a divorce.
  • Are you happy we had a daughter
  • NO ! I wanted a son and you know I wanted one to continue my legacy.
  • The Church did not allow divorce. Henry asked Pope Clement VII to end his marriage with Cathrine but he did not allow that because the church did not allow it.
  • Beheaded her
  • The church law did not permit divorce. In 1529 Henry calls on the English Parliament to solve his '' Divorce problem'' He asked Parliament to end the Pop's power in England. As of do that he Divorce was granted in 1533.
  • Henry married Anne Boleyn in 1533. She was young, pretty, and witty. She was from a wealthy English Family. She was 26 and Henry VIII was 42. She had one daughter, Elizebeth.
  • After being unable to have more children, a rumor begins that she was having an affair. She was beheaded for being unfaithful in 1536.
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