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    • Denise Bea

      The widowed Mrs Fitzherbert was introduced the George, Prince of Wales (later King George IV) in spring 1784, and they went through a form of marriage on 15 December 1785. The marriage was considered invalid under the Royal Marriages Act 1772 because it had not been approved by King George III and the Privy Council

    • Winston Churchill

      "Cardinal Woolsey" (an archaic spelling[15]) by an unknown artist c.1520. Detail from an oil on panel in the National Portrait Gallery, London.

    • Manuel ¡ Fanático de la WW2 !

      El cardenal Wolsey , Canciller del Rey de Inglaterra y Francia Enrique VIII

    • Erin Golsen

      Cardinal Wolsey

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