How many wives Henry VII had?

Henry VIII is an important king in the England history. He’s famous for his separation of the English Church from Roman Catholic Church. He announced himself as Supreme Head of the Church of England. He was a powerful ruler, a writer and a composer. He was King of England, King of Ireland, also King of France. He was also famous for his life and marriages. His biggest desire was leaving an heir before he died and he married for this desire. How many wives Henry VII had?

There are 6 wives of Henry VII before he died. All wives have different faith. Some of them are executed and one of the marriages of him is cancelled.

Catherine of Aragon was the first wife of Henry VII. Catherine of Aragon became pregnant in 1510 firstly but baby was stillborn. Then she made 5 stillborn in 6 years. At last she gave Henry VII a daughter, Mary.

Anne Boleyn was the second wife of him. She was an important figure on political and social aspect. Her marriage to Henry VII created a big controversy between England church and Rome Church. She gave Henry a daughter, Elizabeth and her new pregnancy resulted with a stillborn. Henry VII executed her.

Jane Seymour was the third wife. She gave Henry a male heir but boy died after 11 days. Then Jane Seymour died because of birth complications.

There are also wives of Henry VII that Anne of Cleves, Catherine Howard and Catherine Parr.

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