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What Happened To Henry VIII's Wives?

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Catherine of Aragon-divorced
Anne Boelyn-beheaded
Jane Seymour-died
Anne of Cleves-divorced
Catherine Howard-beheaded
Catherine Parr-survived, and lived hapily ever after.
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Catherine of Aragon-divorced
Anne Boelyn-beheaded
Jane Seymour-died
Anne of Cleves-divorced
Catherine Howard-beheaded
Catherine Parr-survived, and lived hapily ever after.
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Catherine of Aragon-divorced
Anne Boelyn-beheaded
Jane Seymour-died
Anne of Cleves-divorced
Catherine Howard-beheaded
Catherine Parr-survived, and lived hapily ever after.
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Catherine of Aragon died normally,
Anne Boleyn is executed by Henry VIII himself because she cannot give him a son.
Jane Seymour, his 3rd wife, died in child birth ( she finally gave Henry the son he so desperately wanted, Edward VI)

I'm not sure about the others but hope these helped! :p
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Cathrine of Aragon, Catherine Parr and Anne of Cleves died normally.
Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard were beheaded.
Jane Seymour died of a childbirth fever.
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Henry's first wife, Catherine of Aragon, was his brother's widow and bore him one daughter, Mary. In 1525 he divorced her, breaking from the Catholic Church in the process (as it would not allow the divorce) and disinheriting Princess Mary. As a result, many religious institutions in England were deprived of their power or even destroyed.
In 1533, with his reforms complete, Henry married Anne Boleyn, who bore her only surviving child, Elizabeth, in the same year. Desperate for a son, and also in love with Jane Seymour, Henry had Anne executed in 1536 on shaky grounds of adultery and treason. He immediately married Jane Seymour, who died in 1537 after the birth of their son, Edward, now heir to the throne.
In 1540 Henry married Anne of Cleves, whom he hadn't previously met. He took a dislike to her and soon had the marriage annulled, though they remained friends. His marriage to the much younger Katherine Howard lasted only two years, ending with her execution for adultery in 1542. Finally he married Katherine Parr, who not only survived but outlived him for several years after his death in 1547.
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His first wife he divorced and she died afterwards from some illness, his second was beheaded for treason and incest, Jane was killed during childbirth, His fourth wife he divorces because she was already offered to another noblemen and dies later, his 5th wife is beheaded for treason because of adultery, and his last wife doesnt die until after Henry dies.
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The first was divorced, the second beheaded, the third died in childbirth. The fourth was divorced, the fifth beheaded again, but the last one survived and looked after henry until he died
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Nice little poem for what happened to Henry's wives


"Divorced
Beheaded
Died
Divorced
Beheaded
Survived!"

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