Anne of Cleves: God Send me Well to Keep
Part 4 of the Six Wives of Henry VIII series: Anne of Cleves. Everyone thinks they know the story of the fourth wife of Henry VIII. She was the German princess whom he married for diplomatic reasons, but when the 48-year-old widower first set eyes on his 24-year-old bride-to-be, he was repulsed.
With great reluctance, Henry went through with the wedding — saying darkly, “I am not well handled” — but after six months he’d managed to get an annulment and the unconsummated marriage was no more. Although Anne had behaved impeccably as queen, she accepted her new status as “sister” and lived a quiet, comfortable existence in England until 1557, when she became the last of the wives of King Henry VIII to die. (source)