You will find the Katheryn Howard fiasco in Letters & Papers accessible through www.british-history.ac.uk ‘And finally he took to tears regretting his ill luck in meeting with such ill-conditioned wives, and blaming his Council for this last mischief.’7 Dec.1426. letter from Marillac to Francis I. (From: 'Henry VIII: December 1541,6-10', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 16: 1540-1541) Later on He also says that advisors urged him to take a new wife after his divorce from Anne of Cleves - which is nonsense, as he had already chosen Katheryn only a short time after his marriage to Anne.
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