The least known of Henry VIII's six wives was the most clever of them all. From the splendours of the Field of the Cloth of Gold to the last years of the outsized King Henry, Catherine Parr withstood the onslaught. She eventually found happiness with Seymour, but it was shadowed by rivalry with Princess Elizabeth, whose affection Seymour coveted.
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