Catherine Howard, also known as the Screaming Lady in the Haunted Gallery. She is believed to frequent Hampton Court’s Haunted Gallery where she was dragged back screaming to her rooms while under house arrest, accused of committing adultery by her husband King Henry VIII.

Catherine Howard, also known as the Screaming Lady in the Haunted Gallery. She is believed to frequent Hampton Court’s Haunted Gallery where she was dragged back screaming to her rooms while under house arrest, accused of committing adultery by her husband King Henry VIII.

Henry VIII of England and his 6 wives- 3 Catherines, 2 Annes, and a Jane-1 divorced, 2 beheaded, 3 died, 4 divorced, 5 beheaded, 6 outlived him

Henry VIII of England and his 6 wives- 3 Catherines, 2 Annes, and a Jane-1 divorced, 2 beheaded, 3 died, 4 divorced, 5 beheaded, 6 outlived him

Sisters:  Mary Boleyn (former lover of King Henry VIII) and Anne Boleyn (future Queen of King Henry VIII)

Sisters: Mary Boleyn (former lover of King Henry VIII) and Anne Boleyn (future Queen of King Henry VIII)

1585 - Portrait of Lettice Knollys (1543-1634) Attributed to George Gower (1540–1596)

1585 - Portrait of Lettice Knollys (1543-1634) Attributed to George Gower (1540–1596)

On 10 July 1553 Lady Jane Grey, grand-daughter of Mary Tudor & Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk, was proclaimed Queen at the Tower of London. Jane, her husband, Guildford Dudley, Jane’s parents & Guildford’s mother travelled from Syon to the Tower by barge & as Jane & Guildford processed through the gates of the Tower under a canopy of state they were greeted by a gun salute. Trumpets then hushed the waiting crowd & two heralds proclaimed that Jane was Queen.

On 10 July 1553 Lady Jane Grey, grand-daughter of Mary Tudor & Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk, was proclaimed Queen at the Tower of London. Jane, her husband, Guildford Dudley, Jane’s parents & Guildford’s mother travelled from Syon to the Tower by barge & as Jane & Guildford processed through the gates of the Tower under a canopy of state they were greeted by a gun salute. Trumpets then hushed the waiting crowd & two heralds proclaimed that Jane was Queen.

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