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Queen 'Bloody' Mary I
Mary I was born February 18, 1516 by Henry VIII and her mother, Catherine of Aragon. Mary was Henry's only surviving child from Catherine, which lead to King Henry anulling his marriage from Mary's mother. When Henry broke away from the catholic church and proceeded to anull the marriage of him and Catherine, sending his former wife to be a prisoner at Kimbolton Castle. Mary was then deemed an illegitimate child and lost her title to be heir to the throne.
Now called 'Lady Mary', she was eighteen she was sent to live in her half-sisters household, Princess Elizabeth.