Best remembered seeing that the first bride-to-be of Ruler Henry VIII, she held the name of Queen of Britain from 1509 before 1533 annulment of her relationship to the ruler. She and Henry became parents to three sons and two daughters who passed away as infants also to a exclusive surviving girl, Mary I (“Bloody Mary”), who afterwards ruled Britain. She and Henry VIII had been crowned at Westminster Abbey in June of 1509. She protested Henry’s infatuation with her lady-in-waiting, Anne Boleyn, and seen herself as her husband’s just legitimate wife. Delivered in Madrid, Spain, to Ruler Ferdinand II of Aragon and Queen Isabella I of Castile, she got an early, organized relationship to Prince Arthur. In 1509, almost ten years after Arthur’s loss of life, she wed Henry VIII. Following annulment of his relationship to Catherine of Aragon, Henry VIII wedded Anne Boleyn (afterwards beheaded), accompanied by Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleves, Catherine Howard, and Catherine Parr.