Good ol' Henry VIII had count 'em — SIX — wives. You probably heard the whole "Divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded, survived" thing.
Catherine of Aragon was once married to Arthur, Prince of Wales.
There were many reasons why Henry VIII wanted a divorce from Catherine of Aragon — she hadn’t given birth to a living male heir, she was getting older, and Anne Boleyn had caught his eye among them. Henry VIII thought he was being punished since Catherine was briefly married to his brother, Arthur before he died.
Elizabeth I was the daughter of Henry VIII's second wife, Anne Boleyn.
Anne's birthplace was in what is now present-day Germany.
Anne of Cleves
Henry VIII and Anne of Cleves were married for six months before he had it annulled!
Edward VI was only 15 when he passed away.
Henry VIII is interred in St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle next to his beloved third wife, Jane Seymour.
Philip II of Spain
Mary I was married to Philip II of Spain. Charles V was actually the Holy Roman Emperor and cousin of Mary I while Prince Marva of Aragon was a name I made up just now.
Pope Clement VII
Pope Clement VII was the Pope when Henry VIII tried to get permission to divorce Catherine of Aragon. OK, this one was a lil' hard. Sorry.
James I (who was King James VI of Scotland) became the King of England and Ireland after the death of Elizabeth I.