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Wax figure of Anne of Cleves Madame Tussaud's London. Fourth wife of King Henry VIII.

20 of The Most Distinctly Stunning Long Sleeve Wedding Dresses

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Lauren Bush Lauren in her custom-made Ralph Lauren wedding dress. Lauren is President George W. Bush's niece who married Ralph Lauren's son, David.

egyptian beadnet dress

Beadnet BCE Egyptian Old Kingdom, Dynasty IV From Giza, the bead-net dress is places over a wrapped garment.

Henry VIII's toilet....I was just in the Tower of London and saw this....I read that when it was in use it emptied into the moat where the royal stash of fish was kept for lent.... One of the many reasons I'm glad to live today!

Henry VIII's toilet, I prefer his daughters flushing toilet posted in Tudors.

Hever Castle- Henry VIII awarded Anne of Cleves the honorary title of ‘The King’s Sister’, £500 a year, a sufficient household and two houses. She was allowed to lease Hever, at an annual rent of £9-13s-3½d. Anne owned Hever Castle until her death in 1557 but it is not known how much time she spent at the Castle. However, there is a surviving letter written by Anne to Mary Tudor in 1554 signed ‘from my poore house of Hever’.

Anne of Cleves window at Hever Castle. Anne of Cleves, fourth wife of Henry VIII, owned Hever Castle until her death in 1557 but it is not known how much time she spent at the Castle. Credit and thanks to Hever Castle.

Su refugio en Inglaterra le significa a María una angustia aún mayor pues no obstante sus esperanzas de conseguir el apoyo de su prima la Reina Isabel i, se fueron desvanecieron gradualmente ante los prolongados y cada vez más difíciles años de cautiverio.

1575 Portrait of a royal lady traditionally identified with Mary, Queen of Scots.The Devonshire Collection, Traditionally attributed to Federico Zuccari (or Zuccaro) and after to Alonso Sánchez Coello.

Wax figure of Elizabeth I based on the Ermine Portrait. 	At Madame Tussaud's, London. Photograph by Lara E. Eakins

A wax figure of Queen Elizabeth I based on the Ermine Portrait. At Madame Tussaud’s, London. Photograph by Lara E. Eakins: I feel like Madame Tussaud's would be cray cray!

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