March 15 – Henry VIII uses foul language and The Lady Mary causes a stir in London

Posted By on March 15, 2022

On this day in Tudor history, 15th March 1532, King Henry VIII used what was described as “foul language” to William Warham, Archbishop of Canterbury.

Henry VIII also threatened the poor man, and it is amazing that Warham kept his head as the king was furious.

What happened? Find out what Warham did to upset the king in this talk…

Also on this day in Tudor history, 15th March 1551, the Lady Mary, the future Mary I, caused quite a stir in London.

She rode through the streets of London with a large company of knights, gentlemen and ladies doing something that was illegal and an act of defiance against her half-brother, King Edward VI.

Find out more in this video…