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January 25th, 1533, St Paul's Day, King Henry VIII married Anne Boleyn in a secret ceremony at Whitehall.

King Henry's six wives from top left to bottom right: Catherine of Aragon (c. 1502), Anne Boleyn (c. 1534), Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleves (1539), Catherine Howard, & Catherine Parr

Lady of honour to Anne Boleyn, grandmother to a king: Margaret Douglas’s life was intimately connected to the Tudor period. So why is she so little known? Alison Weir explores her story... This

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Tudor Fashion; If one was married they wore their head dress up to cover all their hair. If they weren't married they wore their head dresses so that one may see a little hair on their head.

Catherine Howard (abt 1520-1525-1542), also spelled Katherine or Katheryn. She was the fifth wife of Henry VIII of England, and sometimes known by his reference to her as his "rose without a thorn". She was a first cousin of the King's second wife, Anne Boleyn.