Definition of Catherine of Aragon in English:

Catherine of Aragon

Line breaks: Cath|er¦ine of Ara¦gon
Pronunciation: /kaθrɪn əv ˈarəɡən
( 1485–1536), first wife of Henry VIII, youngest daughter of Ferdinand and Isabella of Castile, mother of Mary I. Henry’s wish to annul his marriage to Catherine (due to her failure to produce a male heir) led eventually to England’s break with the Roman Catholic Church.

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