Divorced, Beheaded and Died: The Six Sorry Wives of King Henry VIII

Kittens, do you have a hard time keeping track of the fates of Catherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleves, Catherine Howard, and Catherine Parr, those six unfortunate wives of Henry VIII? This little ditty from BBC’s Horrible Histories may be just what you need!

Anne Boleyn

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13 replies

  1. Haha as soon as you mentioned his wives that song started going through my head. I may be 20 years too old to do so really but I love watching horrible histories :p

  2. Love Horrible Histories, have you seen their Dick Turpin/Adam Ant mashup? Very good.

  3. He was like the Black Widow of dudes.

  4. Henry VIII and his fucked up family is one of my favorite periods of history to study. He makes my family look tame!

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