Anne of Cleves

Anne of Cleves

Anne's marriage to Henry VIII, and her life after their annulment; how Anne of Cleves, out of all the king's wives, survived him.

Anne of Cleves

Anne's marriage to Henry VIII, and her life after their annulment; how Anne of Cleves, out of all the king's wives, survived him.

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Oct 26, 2018
978-1-78535-904-0

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Oct 26, 2018
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Sarah-Beth Watkins
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16th century, Great britain, Women

Synopsis

Anne of Cleves left her homeland in 1539 to marry the king of England. She was not brought up to be a queen, yet out of many possible choices she was the bride Henry VIII chose as his fourth wife. But, from their first meeting the king decided he liked her not and sought an immediate divorce. After just six months their marriage was annulled, leaving Anne one of the wealthiest women in England. This is the story of Anne's marriage to Henry, how the daughter of Cleves survived him and her life afterwards.

The latest in the series of popular Tudor biographies from Sarah-Beth Watkins, author of Lady Katherine Knollys: The Unacknowledged Daughter of King Henry VIII

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