Portrait of King Henry VIII (1491-1547) circa 1535. It was most probably painted whilst the King was still married to Anne Boleyn, and is, therefore, an intriguing glimpse of the man, who had at first courted her in the early years of the decade and married her officially in 1533, before becoming disenchanted by her failure to produce a living son.
Henry Herbert, 2nd Earl of Pembroke; nephew of William and Catherine Parr, 6th wife of Henry VIII; his unconsummated marriage to Katherine Grey (sister of Jane) was annulled when the Grey family fortunes declined.
Margaret Tudor, Queen Consort of Scotland, daughter of Henry VII, sister of Henry VIII, grandmother of Mary, Queen of Scots. In 1503 she married James IV, King of Scots and their son became King James V.
The Crystal Palace in Hyde Park, London, designed by Joseph Paxton (a designer of green houses and engineer). It is noted for some of the earliest innovations in engineering with steel and glass. It was abandoned in 1911, and reacquired in 1913, but burned down in 1936.