Arms of Catherine of Aragon at Carew Castle in Wales.

The Arms of Queen Catherine of Aragón, widow of Prince Arthur Tudor and the first wife of Henry VIII, in Carew Castle, Wales.

Tomb of Arthur Tudor, Prince of Wales, Henry's ill fated younger brother, original heir to the throne. Henry sought an annulment from Katherine of Aragon because he said he felt the marriage was cursed due to him marrying his deceased brother Arthur's wife. The real reason, of course, was Anne.

Arthur, Prince of Wales was the first son of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York. He married Catherine of Aragon on 14 November Sadly, their marriage was short lived, as Arthur died suddenly at Ludlow Castle on 2 April 1502 aged only 15 years.

On Richmond Green, there remains part of what used to be Richmond Palace. Richmond Palace was a royal residence from 1327 to 1649 . Henry VII, Henry VIII and Elizabeth I all lived there at some point. When Henry VIII married Catherine of Aragon in 1509 they celebrated Christmas that year at Richmond palace.  Catherine was officially the Queen of England from 1509-1533.

On Richmond Green, there remains part of what used to be Richmond Palace. Richmond Palace was a royal residence from 1327 to 1649 . Henry VII, Henry VIII and Elizabeth I all lived here.

Following her divorce, broken and humiliated, Catherine of Aragon died at Kimbolton Castle on  January 7, 1536. Her remains were taken to Peterborough Cathedral where she is buried. Her tomb suffered some damage at the hands of Roundhead troops during the English Civil War, but was repaired during the Victorian Era.

Katherine of Aragon died on 7 January 1536 (aged at Kimbolton Castle, Cambridgeshire and was buried on 29 January 1536 at Peterborough Cathedral. I'm truly happy that her grave says Queen of England.

Stained Glass window showing Catherine of Aragon    St. Margaret's Church, Westminster. This may date from Catherine's lifetime.

Stained Glass window showing Catherine of Aragon St. This may date from Catherine's lifetime.

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Lludlo Castle-where prince Arthur lived with his bride Catherine of Aragon - before he died

Lludlo Castle-where Prince Arthur lived with his bride Catherine of Aragon - before he died of the sweating disease 6 months after their marriage.

Dolwyddelan Castle in Snowdonia, Wales

Dolwyddelan Castle is a Welsh castle located near Dolwyddelan in Conwy County in North Wales. It was built in the century by Llywelyn the Great, Prince of Gwynedd and North Wales

Katharine of Aragon is buried at Peterborough Cathedral. (I have seen all six wives burial places)

Katharine of Aragon - Queen of England from June 1509 until May 1533 as the first wife of King Henry VIII; she was previously Princess of Wales as the wife of his elder brother Arthur.

Katherine of Aragon's window in St George's Chapel  To the right is a wooden oriel window in St George’s Chapel, Windsor that looks onto the Quire. This was originally built for Katherine of Aragon, whose pomegranate emblem is still present. This is where Katherine Parr sat and watched Henry VIII’s funeral service and burial that occurred below.

Catherine of Aragon's window in St George's Chapel To the right is a wooden oriel window in St George’s Chapel, Windsor that looks onto the Quire. This was originally built for Catherine of Aragon, whose pomegranate emblem is still present.

Katherine of Aragon's window in St George's Chapel      To the right is a wooden oriel window in St George’s Chapel, Windsor that looks onto the Quire. Was originally built for Katherine of Aragon, whose pomegranate emblem is still present. This is where Katherine Parr sat and watched Henry VIII’s funeral service and burial that occurred below.    To the left is a stone window that opens into the raised chapel of Edward IV's Chantry

Catherine of Aragon’s window (upper right) in St George’s Chapel, Windsor. Her pomegranate emblem is still present.

Tomb of Arthur, Prince of Wales, elder son of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York. At Worchester Cathedral.

Worchester Cathedral, tomb of Arthur, Prince of Wales, elder son of Henry VII…

Katherine of Aragon’s speech at the Legatine Court at Blackfriars - 21st June 1529

Katherine of Aragon’s speech at the Legatine Court at Blackfriars - June 1529

Door to Blickling Hall Norfolk, birthplace of Anne Bolyen

Door to Blickling Hall Norfolk, birthplace of Anne Bolyen. lots of other people have walked through it.

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