|Catherine of Aragon|
|IRL:||History's Catherine of Aragon|
|Real Name:||Catherine of Aragon|
|Born:||16 December 1485|
|Dies:||7 January 1536|
|Originally From:||Alcalá de Henares, Spain|
|Current Location:||London, England|
|Husband:||Arthur Tudor †|
|Family:||King James V † (Nephew)|
|Children:|| Mary Tudor † (Daughter)|
|Affiliations:|| Kingdom of Spain|
|First appearance:||Fated (Mentioned)|
Catherine of Aragon was the 1st wife of King Henry VIII, and Queen of England for 24 years until he broke away from the Catholic Church and divorced her in favour of the much younger, Anne Boleyn. She was the mother of Mary Tudor, future Queen of England.
Catherine of Aragon was first married to King Henry VIII's older brother, Arthur Tudor. However he died 6 months into their marriage, from what was presumed the sweating sickness. Catherine was then married to his younger brother Henry when he was 18 years old, and he later became, King Henry VIII.
- In 1507 served as the Spanish ambassador to England, the first female ambassador in European history.
- Catherine of Aragon and Prince Arthur took part in the only public bedding of a royal couple recorded in Britain in the 16th century. They were alone for the act itself.
- Catherine of Aragon and King Henry Vlll had 6 children, but only Mary Tudor made it to adulthood.
- Before Mary Tudor was born, her mother had four previous pregnancies that had resulted in stillborn daughters and three short-lived or stillborn sons.
- She is the aunt of Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor