The Autobiography of Henry VIII: With Notes by His Fool, Will Somers: A Novel - Chapters LXXXVII through CXIV Summary & Analysis

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Chapters LXXXVII through CXIV Summary

Henry discovers that Anne of Cleves is not young as she had purported and has apparently had a child. Will says that what Henry hadn't realized is that he was no longer the person a princess would want to marry, feeling that to do so would be to take her very life in her own hands. She is quickly learning English and has dismissed her own ladies, taking on an English staff. Henry admits that he feels some level of affection for her. Meanwhile, he sees young Catherine Howard and admits to Will his love for this young woman. Will chastises him, saying that Henry is predictable. When the household prepares to move to Windsor, Henry finds Catherine alone and she agrees to marry him when he sets aside his current wife, Anne.

Henry begins the process...

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