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Tudor History Mary Tudor, Mary I of England. "Bloody Mary"

Tudor History Mary Tudor, Mary I of England. "Bloody Mary"

Mary Tudor, later Mary I, daughter of Catherine of Aragon and Henry VIII. Although pampered and well-loved in childhood, she suffered terribly as a result of her parents' divorce, struggling to stay loyal to her mother when disloyalty to the king was an act of treason. And Anne Boleyn was a cruel and unreasonable stepmother. Mary's adult life was loveless and riddled with disappointment, a sad and dour figure in Tudor history.

Mary Tudor, later Mary I, daughter of Catherine of Aragon and Henry VIII. Although pampered and well-loved in childhood, she suffered terribly as a result of her parents' divorce, struggling to stay loyal to her mother when disloyalty to the king was an act of treason. And Anne Boleyn was a cruel and unreasonable stepmother. Mary's adult life was loveless and riddled with disappointment, a sad and dour figure in Tudor history.

Mary Tudor, Henry's sister, detail from her marriage portrait to Charles Brandon, 1515 - she was considered to be one of the great beauties of Europe in her time and Henry VIII's favourite sister.

Mary Tudor, Henry's sister, detail from her marriage portrait to Charles Brandon, 1515 - she was considered to be one of the great beauties of Europe in her time and Henry VIII's favourite sister.

Mary Tudor, Later Mary I, daughter of Catherine of Aragon and Henry VIII

Mary Tudor, Later Mary I, daughter of Catherine of Aragon and Henry VIII

Mary Tudor, Queen of France and Duchess of Suffolk, sister to King Henry VIII

Mary Tudor, Queen of France and Duchess of Suffolk

Mary Tudor, Queen of France and Duchess of Suffolk, sister to King Henry VIII

Lady Jane Grey, the ill-fated Nine Day Queen.  On the 10th of July,1553, Lady Jane was proclaimed Queen by Dudley and his supporters.  On the same day, Mary Tudor's letter to the privy council with orders to proclaim her Edward's successor arrived in London.  By 12th July, Mary had assembled a military force at Framlngham Castle, Suffolk.  Dudley's support collapsed and Mary's grew.  Jane was deposed on 19th July and imprisoned in the Tower of London.

Secret portrait of the 'nine-day' Queen found

Lady Jane Grey, the ill-fated Nine Day Queen. On the 10th of July,1553, Lady Jane was proclaimed Queen by Dudley and his supporters. On the same day, Mary Tudor's letter to the privy council with orders to proclaim her Edward's successor arrived in London. By 12th July, Mary had assembled a military force at Framlngham Castle, Suffolk. Dudley's support collapsed and Mary's grew. Jane was deposed on 19th July and imprisoned in the Tower of London.

Mary Tudor  By Richard Burchett   Oil on panel, 1850’s

Mary Tudor By Richard Burchett Oil on panel, 1850’s

Said to be Mary Tudor, daughter of Henry the VIII and Catherine of Aragon

Said to be Mary Tudor, daughter of Henry the VIII and Catherine of Aragon

Hair of Mary Tudor, Queen of France, clipped from her head at the opening of her tomb in 1784 encased in a locket.

Hair of Mary Tudor, Queen of France, clipped from her head at the opening of her tomb in 1784 encased in a locket.

Photo of Princess Elizabeth Tudor, of York 1492-1495 - Google Search

Photo of Princess Elizabeth Tudor, of York 1492-1495 - Google Search

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