Horny Hank could’ve smartphoned many more eligible maidens if he had the contemporary electronics. Everyone is still all agog about the just-completed royal festivities in Merry Olde England. So how about a historic connubial correction relating to the lusty monarch from days of yore.
We all know that song and story say Henry married six times. However, historians insist he legally only had three. The other three weddings were made null and void, and two of the unfortunate ladies executed. Therefore, English law at the time declared three marriages never happened. So, as the old rhyme summed up about Henry: divorced, beheaded, died. Divorced, beheaded, survived.