Today, I am concluding my examination of Catherine of Aragon’s pregnancies and what evidence we have for them from the primary sources.[Read More...]
As this week was the anniversary of Queen Catherine of Aragon giving birth to a still-born daughter in 1510, I thought I’d look at the primary source accounts we have of Catherine’s pregnancies.[Read More...]
On this day in history, 31st January 1510, Queen Catherine of Aragon gave birth to a still-born daughter. Although she had lost her baby, Catherine’s abdomen stayed rounded and actually began to increase in size, leading her physicians to conclude that she was still pregnant with the twin of the baby she’d lost. This was not true.[Read More...]
I thought it would be interesting to share the primary source account of this event here.