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    well I do know from my reading and research yesterday that the son that
    Henry had with the girl that was Catherine's lady in waiting was killed
    in some kind of accident when he was 17...but I am wondering how many
    OTHER illigemate children Henry sired...lol he was something else that is
    for sure
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    Quote Originally Posted by FireWoman;2320718;
    even though i know about how the royas marry, yesh, to mary your daughter off to her 1st cousin.. icky! lol
    LOL that's all I could think when he was dancing with her .. pre-meditated pedophile! LOL Luckily she ends up marrying his son.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duxxy;2321296;
    LOL that's all I could think when he was dancing with her .. pre-meditated pedophile! LOL Luckily she ends up marrying his son.
    True.. but still.. a bit too close for me
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    2nd cousin is borderline acceptable - even now
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    Depends on the state or country. We have relatives in S. America with a close cousin wedding (over major parent objections, worry about birth defects, etc.)---several kids later, all is well.

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    Re: The Tudors

    If you enjoy reading, there are some fun historical fiction books out about Anne Boelyn and her sister, Mary. I thoroughly enjoyed The Other Boelyn Girl, and The Boelyn Inheritance by Phillipa Gregory. There was a lot of history about King Henry VIII and his wives in these two books. From the small amount of this show I have seen so far, a lot of it overlaps.

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    I caught part of the first episode and have been taping ever since. I have really enjoyed it so far and would love to see this show go on for a couple of seasons.

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    well part 4 was on the video for demand yesterday but about 40 minutes
    into it the sound goes out...lol...I finally called the cable company and
    they said that they had already had several phone calls about it and should have it fixed by Tuesday....but what I saw was really good...can't wait for the next one
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2boysmom;2326388;
    If you enjoy reading, there are some fun historical fiction books out about Anne Boelyn and her sister, Mary. I thoroughly enjoyed The Other Boelyn Girl, and The Boelyn Inheritance by Phillipa Gregory. There was a lot of history about King Henry VIII and his wives in these two books. From the small amount of this show I have seen so far, a lot of it overlaps.
    Also enjoyed these....

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    showtime video on demand has part 5 up....good episode....

    you know IF history has been this interesting in class I might have paid more attention...lol
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