On this day in Tudor history, 20th October 1557 (or possibly 21st), in the reign of Queen Mary I, courtier Mary Arundell died at Bath Place in London.
Mary is a very interesting Tudor lady. She served at least two of King Henry VIII’s wives, and she was a countess twice over, having been married to both the Earls of Sussex and Arundel.
Mary Arundell has also been confused with two other Tudor ladies, and we don't know whether the portrait you see in the thumbnail for the video is really her.
Find out more about Mary Arundell's life, court career and those of her husbands...