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Prince Henry (1509 - 1547), Duke of York (later King Henry VIII). Second son of Henry VII. Henry succeeded to the throne because his elder brother Arthur died in 1502. His first wife, Catherine of Aragon, was Arthur's wife. The best known fact about Henry VIII is that he had six wives! Argued with the Pope and made himself the head of the new 'Church of England'.

The Field Armor of King Henry VIII of England “This impressive armor was made for Henry VIII (r. 1509–47) towards the end of his life when he was overweight and crippled with gout. Constructed for use on horse and on foot it was probably worn by the king during his last military campaign, the siege of Boulogne in 1544.”

461 YEARS AGO TODAY ~ ON 20 JULY 1547 ~ THE 9 YEAR OLD SON OF KING HENRY VIII AND HIS QUEEN, JANE SEYMOUR - WAS CROWNED, "KING OF ENGLAND".

Katerina de Aragon, Queen Consort of King Henry VIII

Deptford Dockyard royal Tudor foundation stone discovered with King Henry VIII's initials

King Henry VIII historical portrait sculpture by artist-historian George Stuart

Detail of Anne Boleyn, beheaded by King Henry VIII, inside King's College Chapel.

c1520. Servants or bodyguards of King Henry VIII wearing the Tudor livery of green and white.

A Flemish hat badge dating from around 1520 and worn by England's King Henry VIII is seen at an exhibition at Windsor Castle, in Windsor, England, to mark the the 500th anniversary of his accession to the throne, Monday April 6, 2009

King Henry VIII, Jane Seymour & an Infant Child of Anne Boleyn's Grave at Saint George's Chapel in Windsor Castl

This is where King Henry VIII was enthroned in 1509. Since 1308, when it was commissioned by King Edward I, all but two monarchs have been crowned in the chair. This image was taken in 1987 when the Stone of Scone was still there.