João Magalhães

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Queen Alexandra Queen Alexandra of England, Princess of Denmark. Alix was incredibly tolerant of her husband's many infidelities. She said that she regarded Jealousy as the worst sin, so she refused to fight with Bertie's ladies.

RESUMO DO FILME FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE

RESUMO DO FILME FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE

Seven surprising facts about Anne of Cleves, http://englishhistoryauthors.blogspot.com/2013/05/seven-surprising-facts-about-anne-of.html?spref=tw

English Historical Fiction Authors: Seven Surprising Facts About Anne of Cleves. Personally I believe she and Catherine Parr were the most attractive of Henrys wives.

Edith of Wessex (c. 1025 – 18 December 1075) married King Edward the Confessor of England on 23 January 1045. Unlike most wives of kings of England in the tenth and eleventh centuries, she was crowned queen, but the marriage produced no children.

Edith of Wessex (c. 1025 – 18 December married King Edward the Confessor of England on 23 January Unlike most wives of kings of England in the tenth and eleventh centuries, she was crowned queen, but the marriage produced no children.

Field of the Cloth of Gold~~It was the site of a meeting that took place from 7 June to 24 June 1520, between King Henry VIII of England and King Francis I of France.

Field of the Cloth of Gold~~It was the site of a meeting that took place from 7 June to 24 June between King Henry VIII of England and King Francis I of France.

Full image of Jasper Tudor, Henry VIII's great uncle. When Edward IV took the throne from Henry VI, (who was Jasper and Edmund's half brother & had declared his brothers legitimate), Edward immediately declared Jasper illegitimate (Edmund being dead by this time) & fearful that Jasper would claim the throne and put Henry VII, his nephew, as heir apparent, ordered them killed. Jasper and Henry VII went into exile abroad until Henry came back to defeat Edward's brother, Richard III, at…

December On this day in history Jasper Tudor, Duke of Bedford and Duke of Pembroke and uncle of King Henry VII died at Thornbury. He was buried at Keynsham Abbey.