Catherine Parr was a corpulent old lady, fortified by at least forty summers, but she readily listened to the proposals of Henry.
Until recently it was held to be the portrait of Catherine Parr.
So near was Catherine Parr to the block, and so narrow was her escape!
In 1543 Henry married a sixth wife, Catherine Parr, who actually survived him.
It was the work of Queen Catherine Parr, and was enclosed in solid gold.
Catherine Parr, his last wife, barely escaped execution for having encouraged the reformers.
"young salmon," c.1720, Scottish, of unknown origin.