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Successful Tudor Marriages

Tim and I celebrated our 25th wedding anniversary on Wednesday so I was inspired this week to share with you my top four successful Tudor marriages, marriages where there appears to have been real love and affection, and mutual respect.

Please do share successful Tudor marriages that sprang to your mind too.

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  1. R /

    Happy 25th Wedding Anniversary Tim and Claire. Many good wishes and a great time now and ahead. Best wishes.

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    1. < / Post Author

      Thank you! I can’t quite believe it’s been that long!

  2. M /

    Congratulations on your anniversary! Lovely milestone. (I’m at 28 years with my husband). Going to listen now. Thank you! Michelle t

    1. < / Post Author

      Thank you!

  3. M /

    I’m sorry to comment again, but I thought of a Tudor marriage. Now, it didn’t end well, but the marriage of John Dudley, later Duke of Northumberland, and Jane, (shoot, I’m blanking on her last name, but I knew it). I think by all accounts they were a happy and loving couple. And speaking of executed dukes, you could say Edward Seymour and Anne Stanhope had a very happy marriage, even though that didn’t end too well either. I could also say Mary Boleyn and William Stafford, though much isn’t known. Thanks again! Michelle t

    1. < / Post Author

      Yes, good one! John Dudley and Jane Guildford!

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Successful Tudor Marriages