A wax figure of Katherine Parr at Madame Tussaud's, London. Photograph by Lara E. Eakins.
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This is Madame Tussaud's wax figure of Katherine Parr wearing the red dress shown in the well-known portrait of her. She was Queen of England from 1543 until 1547, as the last of the six wives of King Henry VIII
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A wax figure of wife #6 Catherine Parr at Madame Tussaud's. Catherine Parr (alternatively Katherine or Kateryn) (1512 – 5 September 1548) was Queen of England and of Ireland (1543–47) as the last of the six wives of King Henry VIII. She married him on 12 July 1543, and outlived him by one year. She was also the most-married English queen, with four husbands, and the first woman to be queen of both England and Ireland.
Letter by the Queen Dowager Katherine Parr to her husband, Thomas Seymour. The Dowager Queen’s letter from Hanworth is preserved at Sudeley Castle © Meg McGath, 2012.
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Katherine Parr's letter to her husband Thomas Seymour from Hanworth about her pregnancy: “I gave your little knave your blessing, who like and honest man stirred apace after and before. For Mary Odell being abed with me had laid her hand upon my belly to feel it stir. It hath stirred these three days every morning and evening so that I trust when ye come it will make you some pastime.”
“I gave your little knave your blessing, who like and honest man stirred apace after and before. For Mary Odell being abed with me had laid her hand upon my belly to feel it stir. It hath stirred these three days every morning and evening so that I trust when ye come it will make you some pastime.” ~ Letter by the Queen Dowager Katherine Parr to her husband, Thomas Seymour. The Dowager Queen’s letter from Hanworth is preserved at Sudeley Castle © Meg McGath, 2012.
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DOWAGER QUEEN - CATHERINE PARR'S LETTER TO HER HUSBAND, THOMAS SEYMOUR / SUDELEY CASTLE
The marriage certificate of Henry VIII and Katherine Parr, dated 12 July, 1543.
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MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE OF HENRY VIII AND HIS 6TH WIFE, CATHERINE PARR, DATED 12 JULY 1543
Henry VIII and Katherine Parr's Marriage Certificate
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Katherine the Queen: The Remarkable Life of Katherine Parr, the Last Wife of Henry VIII ~ Linda Porter (2010)
1544. Another fine example of the decorative use of Heraldry occurs on a copy of Petrarch printed at Venice in 1544, and probably bound about 1548, after the death of Henry VIII. It belonged to Queen Catherine Parr, and bears her arms with several quarterings—worked appliqué on rich blue purple velvet, and measures 7 by 6 inches.
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Katherine Parr copy of Vellutello edition of Petrarchra works (1544) A fine example of the decorative use of Heraldry, probably bound circa 1548, after the death of Henry VIII. It is said to have been worked by Queen Catherine Parr herself. The design is too large for the book and the crown is too large for the coat of arms.
When Catherine Parr married Henry VIII in 1543 - here captured in an 18th century drawing - she had already been married twice. Parr was married to Edward Burgh in 1529 and widowed in 1533. She then married John Neville in 1534, only to be widowed again in 1543. She married Henry VIII in the summer of that year.
Katherine Parr's Book of Lamentations, with her signature on the bottom of right page-Kateryn the Queen KP
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Katherine Parr's Book of Lamentations, with her signature on the bottom of right page-Kateryn the Queen KP.
Sudeley Castle England, Catherine Parr outlived Henry VIII and is buried here in this Chapel
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Sudeley Castle Chapel, England. Catherine Parr outlived Henry VIII and is buried here.
Sudeley Castle England, Katherine Parr outlived Henry VIII and is buried here in this Chapel
Sixteenth century painted panels, perhaps originally from Nonsuch Palace. They are now located at Loseley Park. The panels bear the initials of Katherine Parr, Henry VIII’s sixth wife.
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Door to South Hall, Sudley - it remained closed for centuries. It was where Katherine prepared for childbirth (Aug 30). It was opened on the 500th anniversary of Katherine's birth, revealing a walkway to the Queen's private apartments and a covered walkway that Queen Katherine and Lady Jane Grey would use to go to say their prayers at chapel. - from the Queen Katherine Parr facebook page
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SUDELEY CASTLE ~ IT REMAINED CLOSED FOR CENTURIES. IT WAS WHERE CATHERINE PARR PREPARED TO GIVE BIRTH TO HER DAUGHTER, MARY WITH THOMAS SEYMOUR, BROTHER TO QUEEN JANE SEYMOUR. IT WAS OPENED ON THE 500th ANNIVERSARY OF CATHERINE'S BIRTH, REVEALING A WALKWAY TO THE PRIVATE APARTMENTS COVERED WALKWAY THAT QUEEN CATHERINE LADY JANE GREY WOULD USE TO GO TO SAY THEIR PRAYERS AT CHAPEL. THE CASTLE ALSO SHARES A HISTORY WITH RICHARD III, QUEEN ANNE BOLEYN HER DAUGHTER, ELIZABETH I.
Catherine Parr by Elizabeth Norton. $21.24. 252 pages. Author: Elizabeth Norton. Publisher: Amberley (February 2010). Publication: February 2010
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Catherine Parr, as a Young Widow
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Countess of Essex, Catherine Parr, sixth wife of Henry VIII, as a young widow.
Reproduction of the gown worn by Catherine Parr in her Portrait.
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Catherine Parr, Queen of England and Ireland - a modern replica of the dress in the iconic portrait of the Queen in the National Portrait Gallery, London
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Sort of creepy but fun figurines. Catherine Parr was Henry's 6th and last wife. Luckily he didn't live long enough to tire of her, though she had a couple of close calls... She survived to marry her sweetheart Thomas Seymour, but died in childbirth soon after.
Katherine Parr by whippeltree, via Flickr
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The sixth wife of Henry VIII. She felt obligated to marry the king who was well past his prime and suffering from gout.
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Royal marriage contract between Catherine Parr and Henry VIII.
Copy of the Royal Marriage Contract between Kateryn Parr and Henry VIII-First floor gallery, Hampton Court Palace.
The Miroir or Glasse of the Synneful Soul, a translation from the French, by Elizabeth, presented to Catherine Parr in 1544. The embroidered binding with the monogram KP for "Katherine Parr" is believed to have been worked by Elizabeth.