Margerine of Aragon
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Margerine of Aragon was the ex-wife of King Henry VIII and daughter of King of Spain.
Margerine's husband King Henry VIII was unhappy that Margerine has borne him a daughter, Mary I. Unable to execute Margerine because her father is the king of Spain, Henry attempts marriage counseling. Henry wants a divorce but cannot due to Catholic law. He starts the Church of England to make divorce legal, but forgets to invent the pre nup. Forcing Henry to split his kingdom. Henry did this, because he wanted a son to inherit the throne.
Henry goes through many wives, resulting in more and more daughters. Finally, after many years and executions, Henry is old and sick, lying on his bed, with Margerine by his side. He asks for her forgiveness for having locked her up in a dungeon and asks her to be his queen again. She accepts tenderly and then smothers him to death with his pillow.