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King Henry VII
Ann Boleyn like nothing better than to settle down with a good self help book.
"You will meet a tall dark stranger, then a short dark..."
"His Highness is changing his relationship status."
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"Before you chop off my head, don't you think we should see a counsellor?"
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1420: The court of Henry V. "Good news Sire! We have apprehended the man who cut your hair!"
Elizabeth I says: 'You've named one of the American colonies after me? I can't wait to visit Betty!'
'Anne Boleyn now regrets avoiding that Prenup Chit Chat with King Henry.'
Shakespeare originally wrote "Romeo and Juliet" as a comedy.
Lady Jane Grey
Dressing for Success 1558-1603
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'...he loves me, he love me not, he loves me, he...he...'
'Henry, we can't begin to make progress unless your friend leaves the room.'
Queen Mary I
King Edward VI
'Honestly, what the heck are we wearing?'
1588: Queen Elizabeth I returns from her holidays
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Henry VIII visits his tattooist again
King Henry VII