Divorce beheading death in childbirth exile..The women who married henry viii are best known for the way their lives ended. Yet these 6 queens also possessed…

25 Responses to “The Wives of Henry VIII (episode2, part5/5)”

  • Svanhild Clemen:

    ty for uploading thise historigal things – love them .

  • JinxxyToxicValentine:

    because she was a whore. she was a whore then, she’s a whore still now.

  • jonathan frodsham:

    Anns trial was a consensus meeting. Looks like Henry would have been happy to be a 21 century climate scientist. lol. Poor Ann, Henry was willing to kill her so he could have a son. What a pig of a man!

  • Assasincreed1o9o:

    Her crimes were paid by her death. An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth. But, 1 thing i give her credit. Till her very death she refuse to admit a crime she did not even commit. Even till death!

  • johnnytastetest:

    She was definitely cruelly dispensed with at the end, but that doesn’t change the fact she was an opportunistic whore. She brashly and publicly ruined a royal marriage (and that never happened), and brought about the destruction of Catholicism in England (for all intents and purposes). She made up for her lack of conventional beauty too, as cheap sluts still do today, by acting catty and bragging about all of the “mouth tricks” she learned in France. She did everything but the lower back tattoo.

  • theresa bollman:

    Thank you very much for your kind reply. I got more confused as the series continued, lol. It ended w/ him saying Henry would not have approved of his last wife’s funeral service as it was a Protestant service. Isn’t that what he was all about…out with the Catholics, in with the Church of England? (Though I have heard Episcopalians are ‘catholic’ but not Roman Catholic). I wish he had explained a bit more.

  • moorek1967:

    Not any, but at the same time, it brought religious freedom for the about to be settlements in America.

  • theresa bollman:

    REFORM going the wrong way? All based on the want of a man to have another woman, and lousy with lies by so many. What honorable, God loving person would want that?

  • moorek1967:

    Maybe her real ambition was not in marrying King Henry to become queen, but instead to bring religious reform? Something to think about.

  • moorek1967:

    Well, six years of turning him down seems to speak for her character. We really will never know those private moments between Anne and Henry, it is easy to read into things, but perhaps Anne was caught between a rock and a hard place in most cases.

  • mahasalimable:

    No matter her faults, Anne did not deserve to die. She was a victim of Henry.

  • queenesther09:

    Indeed. She was flawed, certainly, but I don’t believe for one moment she was a bad person, and you can see that in how much she loved her daughter.

  • be11ebottom:

    Rex is Latin for King

  • be11ebottom:

    *cited
    

  • be11ebottom:

    The speeches and letters are the same because they are written records and fact. The historical documents are sited.

  • CaitlinSk:

    I look at those headdresses and wonder how heavy they were and if they ever got head/neck aches from those things lol

  • CaitlinSk:

    I wish that this had shown what she wore to her execution. I was a little disappointed

  • mudbloodsanddemigods:

    I love that in Tudors they used the exact execution speech, word for word.

  • EvilsSource:

    rex = king

  • Brittney Taylor:

    why did Henry sign his letter ‘Henry Rex’? i just dont get it.

  • MilkyShooter95:

    Thank you for your “historical discussion”, I wanted to ask what more videos you love on youtube, we could share and watch and discuss more. Instead you took my short comment from a year ago to debate to death. Its not a fun discussion when you are so sarcastic. “why didnt you blame Henry”, “why is this related to modern when there is no relation”. Let me end this, hello kt didit fellow youtube user, what other historical events do you like to watch on youtube? Lets share.

  • MilkyShooter95:

    Anne’s fate is not comparable to today’s term, i agree. Decapitation of a head is far worse than getting your heartbroken. But if there was a benefit to “Anne’s fate” shouldnt it be as a warning to our women to choose wisely when it comes to marriage. That a man who have been fooling around so many times is not husband material. I didnt say “if you fall for married guy you will get your head cut off”. I am bring nobility to Anne’s passing. So if your friend ever fall for a married guy, show her.

  • MilkyShooter95:

    For example, recent news report, arranged marriage in my country where women have to marry a man who already have 3wives, but she was a smarter woman and asked for the wife title, however in my country situation “the Henry in question is allowed 4wives by law and religion. The similarities are there. Woman fall in love with married man, became secret lovers (no sexual acts), ask for the title of spouse, woman with hurt feelings, man goes on with different women.

  • MilkyShooter95:

    For example, recent news report, arranged marriage in my country where women have to marry a man who already have 3wives, but she was a smarter woman and asked for the wife title, however in my country situation “the Henry in question is allowed 4wives by law and religion. The similarities are there. Woman fall in love with married man, became secret lovers (no sexual acts), ask for the title of spouse, woman with hurt feelings, man goes on with different women.

  • KT Didit:

    I’m trying to have a “historical discussion” but your argument is all over the map. Anne’s fate is hardly noteworthy to today’s modern society in terms of a likely consequence for adultery. Anne herself didn’t believe Henry or she’d have become his “one true mistress” instead of holding out for matrimony. Perhaps I’m misunderstanding, but if marriages are arranged where you are, why would anybody “fall” for a married guy? Aren’t their parents doing the choosing?

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