How Many Wives Did Henry the 8th Kill?


The main reason behind Henry VIIs first two divorces was that the marriages did not yield a male heir. The other marriages were ended due to a mixture of personal problems between the king and the wives and deaths of the wives. The sixth and final marriage was ended only by the king’s death, leaving Catherine Parr as the widow.
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Henry 8th, King of England from 21st April 1509 to 28th January 1547, had six wives. They were: Catherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn , Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleves, Catherine Howard and Catherine Parr.
Henry VIII had so many wives because his main aim was to get a son to make sure that the Tudors would keep on ruling England after he died. Henry believed that only a boy could inherit his kingdom but his son Edward ruled only for six years.
King Henry VIII had a total of 6 wives; Katherine of Aragon from 1509-1533, Anne Boyeln from 1533-1536, Jane Seymour from 1536-1537, Anne of Cleves both marriage and divorce in 1540, Katherine Howard from 1540-1542 and finally Catherine Parr from 1543-1547.
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