Henry VIII had a pretty dramatic love life. The fates of his six wives are often summed up as: "Divorced, beheaded, died; divorced, beheaded, survived." Would you have survived your marriage with England's serial wife murder? Take our quiz and find out.
Congratulations! You didn't get beheaded (but you're going to die alone in exile).
You've been found guilty of adultery, incest, and conspiracy. You and Henry VIII had some pretty great times together—but you're not getting out of here with your head intact. Ready for the good news? As a final act of "mercy," the king has granted you the privilege of being executed by sword (most peeps get the axe).
Congratulations! He may have been married six times—but you're the only woman Henry VIII ever considered his "true wife." You even get to be buried next to him! The bad news? You're going to die in childbirth.
Anne of Cleves
Anne of Cleves
You made it! We know getting dumped sucks (but it doesn't really count since your marriage was never consummated). Still, things could be a lot worse.. Now that you're divorced, you've been granted the distinctly creepy title of the "King's Beloved Sister." You've also been given a generous compensation package and you're going to outlive all of Henry VIII's other wives.
It sucks to be you. You're getting beheaded. At least you came up with some pretty memorable last words: "I die a Queen, but I would rather have died the wife of Culpeper."
You lucked out! You're going to outlive Henry VIII, remarry, and become a best-selling author. You're also going to die in childbirth.