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As a reward for his denunciation of Martin Luther, the Pope christens Henry “Defender of the Faith,” but a brush with death causes the king to seek a solution to his lack of an heir. Princess Margaret reluctantly marries the decrepit King of Portugal (more…)
Henry is shocked when he learns that his ally, Emperor Charles V of Spain, has released France's King Francis I from prison. He's equally surprised when Anne Boleyn turns him down after offering to make her his sole mistress.
Henry becomes increasingly attracted to young Anne Boleyn and, despite his influence with Rome and the Pope, Cardinal Wolsey fails to get Henry a divorce from Katherine of Aragon. Meanwhile, at court, political and personal bonds are both strengthened and (more…)
Holmes takes a case from a man who claims to be Moriarty in hopes of finding his nemesis. Meanwhile, Gregson tries to get Joan to give up detective work and return to being a sober companion; and Sherlock's former lover, Irene Adler, appears.
The “sweating sickness” runs rampant through the kingdom, claiming someone close to Henry and afflicting someone even closer; Henry's lawyer-envoys present “legal arguments” to Pope Clement for the dissolution of his marriage to Katherine; Sir Thom (more…)
A papal emissary and Cardinal Wolsey enjoin the king to give up his divorce petition, and when he does not, they try to persuade Katherine to abdicate her marriage and “retreat to a nunnery.” When the Queen refuses, she is brought before a papal court (more…)
Cardinal Wolsey, unsuccessful in securing a divorce for the King, is removed from office, stripped of authority and banished from court, and Sir Thomas More is offered the job as his successor; Margaret takes ill; Anne threatens to leave court.
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- Birth Place: Reading, Berkshire, England
- Birthday: February 11, 1982, Aquarius
- Profession: Actor