Jousting secret explains how Charles Brandon rose in the court of Henry VIII; Despite being the best jouster at court, Charles Brandon, the Duke of Suffolk, always allowed Henry VIII to win: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/history/11196723/Jousting-secret-explains-how-Charles-Brandon-rose-in-the-court-of-Henry-VIII.html IMAGE: Henry Cavill as Charles Brandon in the Showtime series, "The Tudors".

Jousting secret explains how Charles Brandon rose in the court of Henry VIII

Jousting secret explains how Charles Brandon rose in the court of Henry VIII; Despite being the best jouster at court, Charles Brandon, the Duke of Suffolk, always allowed Henry VIII to win: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/history/11196723/Jousting-secret-explains-how-Charles-Brandon-rose-in-the-court-of-Henry-VIII.html IMAGE: Henry Cavill as Charles Brandon in the Showtime series, "The Tudors".

This is the original wedding portrait of Mary Tudor and Charles Brandon  [Widowed Queen of France and the Duke of Suffolk] ~ painted by Jan Mabuse (1478–1532) Circa 1515.  Her turnback sleeves are heavily beaded with pearls.  It is unusual at this point for English women to be so greatly decorated.

This is the original wedding portrait of Mary Tudor and Charles Brandon [Widowed Queen of France and the Duke of Suffolk] ~ painted by Jan Mabuse (1478–1532) Circa 1515. Her turnback sleeves are heavily beaded with pearls. It is unusual at this point for English women to be so greatly decorated.

Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk, 1st Viscount Lisle KG (c. 1484 – 22 August 1545) was the son of Sir William Brandon and Elizabeth Bruyn. Through his third wife Mary Tudor he was brother-in-law to Henry VIII. His father was the standard-bearer of Henry Tudor, Earl of Richmond (later King Henry VII) and was slain by Richard III in person at the battle of Bosworth Field. Suffolk died of unknown causes at Guildford.

Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk, 1st Viscount Lisle KG (c. 1484 – 22 August 1545) was the son of Sir William Brandon and Elizabeth Bruyn. Through his third wife Mary Tudor he was brother-in-law to Henry VIII. His father was the standard-bearer of Henry Tudor, Earl of Richmond (later King Henry VII) and was slain by Richard III in person at the battle of Bosworth Field. Suffolk died of unknown causes at Guildford.

Charles Brandon & Princess Mary Tudor - Biography & Facts

Charles Brandon & Princess Mary Tudor - Biography & Facts

Mary Brandon was the younger daughter of Charles Brandon, duke of Suffolk by Anne Browne (d. 1510). She married Thomas Stanley, 2nd baron Mounteagle

Mary Brandon was the younger daughter of Charles Brandon, duke of Suffolk by Anne Browne (d. 1510). She married Thomas Stanley, 2nd baron Mounteagle

Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk, husband of Mary Tudor, brother-in-law of Henry VIII

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Tudor Q and A: Anne Boleyn's room and attendants in the Tower http://queryblog.tudorhistory.org/2013/11/question-from-sasha-anne-boleyns-room.html

Tudor Q and A: Anne Boleyn's room and attendants in the Tower http://queryblog.tudorhistory.org/2013/11/question-from-sasha-anne-boleyns-room.html

Charles Brandon, duke of Suffolk, was Henry VIII's closest friend. Brandon's father was Henry VII's standard-bearer at the Battle of Bosworth Field.

Charles Brandon, duke of Suffolk, was Henry VIII's closest friend. Brandon's father was Henry VII's standard-bearer at the Battle of Bosworth Field.

Ten Things to Know About Charles Brandon ~ A guest post by Sarah Bryson « The Freelance History Writer

Ten Things to Know About Charles Brandon ~ A guest post by Sarah Bryson « The Freelance History Writer

So, seriously. Henry, you should totally channel your inner Charles Brandon and be the Christian Grey this world needs. It's been too long, my love. Too long.

So, seriously. Henry, you should totally channel your inner Charles Brandon and be the Christian Grey this world needs. It's been too long, my love. Too long.

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