Mary Tudor (28 March 1495 – 25 June 1533) was the youngest daughter of Henry VII of England and Elizabeth of York. She was princess of England, and was Queen of France for three months. After being Queen of France, she married someone else, and became Duchess of Suffolk until her death. Mary Tudor was born on 28 March 1495 in Richmond Palace. Her older brothers were Arthur, Prince of Wales, and Prince Henry, and her older sister was Princess Margaret.
Catherine married Henry at the age of 17; she was just a young girl. Both women were somewhat related to Henry, therefore were both descendants of royalty. Jane was the daughter of Sir John Seymour of Wiltshire and Margery Wentworth. She was also King Henry VIII’S fifth cousin three times removed. Catherine was the tenth daughter of Lord Edmund Howard, a younger son of the 2nd Duke of Norfolk and Joyce Culpeper.
It has been said that even during the reign of Thutmose II, Hatshepsut was actually in power not heavily but she still had some small rule within the wall of the kingdom. After Thutmose II died, Thutmose III was three years old, he was not of age to rule, and Hatshepsut began to take full reign as Queen Regent, using the title “God’s Wife.” By using the popularity of her father and the charismatic presence she gave this enabled her to gain a following that would later led her to become a full pharaoh seven years into the reign of Thutmose III. Hatshepsut’s reign has been told to be one of the more peaceful ones. There was a great lack of military activity
How Queen Elizabeth Came To Power Queen Elizabeth I will go down as one of the greatest rulers of England. But her story of how she came to power is even better. Henry VIII, Mary Tudor, and multiple religious changes were all factors that lead to Elizabeth I coming to power. Henry VIII, was Elizabeth’s father, was married to Anne Boleyn. But, Anne was Henry’s second wife which has never been a “normal” thing.
Frida's parents were married shortly after the death of Guillermo's first wife during the birth of her second child. Although their marriage was quite unhappy, Guillermo and Matilde had four daughters, with Frida being the third. She had two older half sisters. Frida once remarked that she grew up in a world surrounded by females. Throughout most of her life, however, Frida remained close to her father.
Born as Sophia Augusta Fredericka (German: Sophie Friederike Auguste von Anhalt-Zerbst-Dornburg, nicknamed "Figchen") in Stettin, Pomerania, two of her first cousins became Kings of Sweden: Gustav III and Charles XIII. In accordance with the custom then prevailing in the ruling dynasties of Germany, she received her education chiefly from a French governess and from tutors. Catherine's childhood was quite uneventful. She herself once wrote to her correspondent Baron Grimm: "I see nothing of interest in it. " Although Catherine was born a princess, her family had very little money.
Anne Boleyn How important was Anne Boleyn in the English reformation? Anne’s Influence on Henry and his decision to divorce Catherine Catherine of Aragon was born in 1485 to the King and Queen of Spain and so she was 6 years older than Henry VIII. Originally Catherine came to England to marry Arthur, Henry’s older brother. During these times, Kings and Queens did not marry for love, as people do today. They married in order to form a friendship between countries.
Catherine of Aragon (16 December 1485 – 7 January 1536; Spanish: Catalina de Aragón) was Henry's first wife.  After the death of Arthur, her first husband and Henry's brother, a papal dispensation was obtained to enable her to marry Henry, though the marriage did not take place until after he came to the throne in 1509. Prospects were looking good when a Catherine became pregnant in 1510, just 4 months after their marriage, but the girl was stillborn. Catherine became pregnant again in 1511, and gave birth to a boy who died two months later. In 1512, Catherine gave birth to a stillborn boy, and then a stillborn girl in 1513.
Shonagon was a court lady for Empress Teishi. When she was 16 she married Tachibana Norimitsu and had one child. She remarried to Fujiwara-Muneyo, and had one daughter. Shonagon was not buetiful but she made up for this with her wit and intelligience At the age of 27 she began her courtship for Empress Teishi. While she was a court lady for Teishi, she wrote a famous book called the Pillow Book.
When she was eighteen Sophia was introduced to Leo Tolstoy, who began to visit the family often. Although it was thought that he favored her elder sister, Lisa, Leo proposed to Sophia on September 17, 1862. The couple was married a mere week later, in Moscow, and immediately retreated to the Tolstoy family estate, Yasnaya Polyana. Sophia had been keeping a diary from the time she was eleven but had it destroyed just before the wedding. On the other hand, in an act similar to a character created in his work Anna Karenina, Leo asked his new bride to read his personal diaries.