Henry was never meant to become king of England. His older brother Arthur, Prince of Wales, had that role sewn up.
Born at the Palace of Placentia in Greenwich on the 28th of June 1491, Henry was brought up to be an educated and strong prince – talented at Latin, French and Italian as well as hunting, dancing and sports. He picked up his fair share of titles as a boy – from Duke of York to Warden of the Scottish Marshes and Lord Lieutenant of Ireland – all given to him by his father, Henry VII. Lets go back in history to look at the notorious life of the Tudor king Henry VIII.
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Scriptwriter: Natasha Martell – https://7strangethings.com/
Video Editor & Motion Graphics: Jayson Bohol
Voice-over Artist: Chris Redish
00:24 The Boy Who Would (Not) Be King?
02:02 Party Animal
03:45 A Lover and A Fighter
07:52 Henry’s Enemies
09:34 Decline And Death
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