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2 de nov. de 2020 · It may be that Chapuys exaggerated, or that Perrot made false claims; perhaps, in the case of Jane Popincourt, Louis XII was mistaken; or Anne Hastings’ sister was being over-protective. What we know for certain is that our scant knowledge of Henry’s affairs with Bessie and Mary reached us accidentally and indirectly.
1 de out. de 2017 · He gave £100 to Jane Popincourt when she returned to France and most notably during the period so far as history is concerned he had affairs with Bessie Blount and Mary Boleyn. Bessie Blount is the mother of his only acknowledged illegitimate child – Henry Fitzroy.
Jane Popincourt was a French maid-of-honour at the royal court of Louis XII and later of Francis I. For around twelve years, she had a position at the English court, first in the reign of Henry VII, as a distinguished tutor engaged to teach French to the princesses Margaret and Mary; and later in 1509, on the accession of Henry VIII, she was appointed a maid-of-honour to his wife, Catherine of ...
4 de abr. de 2020 · Havia também a misteriosa Jane Popincourt — uma francesa, que foi professora de suas irmãs —, que foi impedida de entrar na França por Luís XII. Mas o romance entre ela e Henrique teria sido muito mais sigiloso, o que impediu que ele tivesse a mesma repercussão do de Bessie e de Maria Bolena.
22 de jan. de 2009 · I found a historical inaccuracy and that, in itself, would have been a huge mark against it. I love the premise of Jane Popincourt but found this book to be a fluffy piece about a woman without a lot of personal dignity. I wouldn’t recommend this book to anyone but the most casual reader of historical fiction.
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14 de nov. de 2023 · Henry and Jane Seymour were married for just seventeen months, between May 1536 and October 1537. By the time they had become romantically linked, Henry had already experienced two weddings and one divorce and was fast heading toward another. Catherine of Aragon (wife number one), had been divorced in 1533.