The queen Anne Of Cleves died at the age of 41. Here is all you want to know and more!
Biography - A Short Wiki
Remembered as the fourth bride of King Henry VIII, this German-born Queen of England ruled for only six months during 1540. Her unconsummated marriage to Henry VIII was annulled in July of that year.
When she was just eleven years old, it was decided that she would marry Francis, the son of the Duke of Lorraine. Several years later, however, the arrangement was broken.
Henry VIII commissioned artist Hans Holbein the Younger to paint her portrait, along with that of her sister Amalia, so that he could choose, based on appearance, which young noblewoman would become his wife.
She grew up in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, as the daughter of Duke John III and Duchess Maria.
Before marrying Anne of Cleves, Henry VIII had already had three wives: Catherine Of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, and Jane Seymour. When his marriage to Anne of Cleves ended, he wed Catherine Howard, followed by Catherine Parr.
How did Anne Of Cleves die?
She was remembered by everyone who served her as a particularly generous and easy-going mistress. Anne died at Chelsea Old Manor on 16 July 1557. The most likely cause of her death was cancer.