The Six Wives of Henry VIII (book)

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Not to be confused with a book of the same title, written by Antonia Fraser

The Six Wives of Henry VIII is an account of Henry VIII's marriages by British historian Alison Weir.

The book was Weir's first historical work since her first book, Britain's Royal Families. It is divided into three sections - "Catherine of Aragon," "The Great Matter" and "How many wives will he have?"