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Henry VIII's youngest sister was the Princes Mary Rose (1496 - 1533) - the warship Mary Rose was named in her honour.

Princess Mary was married to King Louise XII of France in 1514, when she was 18 and Louis was 52. Louis died less than 3 months later.

Mary fell in love with Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk, who had been sent to escort her back to England, and they married in secret, against the wishes of King Henry. But, in the end, Henry forgave them and they had an official wedding in 1515. They had three children before Mary died in 1533.

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He had 6 siblings but only two of his sisters survived named Margret and Mary and he had i brother Author. He was older than Henry by five years.

But, because Arthur died just 4 months after getting married to Catalina de Aragon, Henry inherited the throne.

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Yes, Anne and Margaret

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