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A Diamond Jubilee portrait, taken by the photographer Gustav Mullins, depicts Queen Victoria as she appeared on the day of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations on 22 June Supplied by Royal Collection Trust, © HM Queen Elizabeth II RCIN 2105789

Katherine Parr

Katherine Parr was the wife of Henry VIII. She had been widowed twice & survived him. She remarried within a year & died in childbirth at Sudley Castle. Any woman who could survive being the wife of Henry VIII was someone to be admired.

Jane Seymour's wedding dress

Jane Seymour's wedding dress --- The Tudors -- an Irish-Canadian historical fiction television series set primarily in sixteenth-century England. Jane Seymour was Queen of England from 1536 to 1537 as the third wife of King Henry VIII.

Anne Seymour, Duchess of Somerset (née Stanhope) (c. 1510[1] – 16 April 1587) was the second wife of Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset, who held the office of Lord Protector during the first part of the reign of his nephew King Edward VI, through whom Anne was briefly the most powerful woman in England. She claimed (without success or entitlement) precedence over the Dowager Queen Catherine Parr.

Allegedly Anne Seymour nee Stanhope, who married the Lord Protector Edward Seymour and was known as the Duchess of Somerset. Read the April post on BeingBess.

Henry VIII a Ana Bolena...Happy Valentines    "The demonstrations of your affection are such, and the beautiful words of your letter are so cordially phrased, that they really oblige me to honour, love, and serve you for ever....    "For my part, I will out-do you, if this be possible, rather than reciprocate, in loyalty of heart and my desire to please you.    "Beseeching you also that if I have in any way offended you, you will give me the same absolution for which you ask, assuring you…

Henry VIII to Anne Boleyn: "The demonstrations of your affection are such, and the beautiful words of your letter are so cordially phrased, that they really oblige me to honour, love, and serve you for ever.

Henry VIII to Ann Boleyn-Happy Valentines    "The demonstrations of your affection are such, and the beautiful words of your letter are so cordially phrased, that they really oblige me to honour, love, and serve you for ever....    "For my part, I will out-do you, if this be possible, rather than reciprocate, in loyalty of heart and my desire to please you.    "Beseeching you also that if I have in any way offended you, you will give me the same absolution for which you ask, assuring you…

Henry VIII to Anne Boleyn: "The demonstrations of your affection are such, and the beautiful words of your letter are so cordially phrased, that they really oblige me to honour, love, and serve you for ever.

Queen Mary Queen of Scots presides ov er a page linking to Scottish symbols and myths. Read about the Lockenbooth which looks rather like the symbol of le Vendee, 2 interlocking hearts w a crown above.

Queen Mary Queen of Scots presides ov er a page linking to Scottish symbols and myths. Read about the Lockenbooth which looks rather like the symbol of le Vendee, 2 interlocking hearts w a crown above.