Framlingham Castle in Suffolk once belonged to Mary Tudor, the eldest daughter of King Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon. In 1552, the castle became hers after the death of Thomas Howard, the third Duke of Norfolk. She had already been granted most of the Howard estates in East Anglia in Henry VIII's will of 1547.
The Marriage of Mary Tudor and Louis XII of France. Mary danced her besotted husband to death, then stole a French Crown Jewel (known as the Mirror of Naples) and bribed her brother, Henry VIII, with it after she married Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk, for love. Mary, her sister Margaret & brother Henry all married for love -- in an age when royalty was expected to marry for state purposes.