20. Mary Tudor Married For Love, The Second Time
The first time Mary married France’s King Louis XII, whom she had to marry. After King Louis’ demise, Mary started seeing a new man, someone she fell in love with and decided to marry named Charles Brandon. The biggest problem with this relationship is that Mary never asked her brother, King Henry VIII, for permission to marry.
Once Henry learned about his sister’s new marriage, he demanded the couple pay a total of Â£24,000 (Â£11,610,000 today). To remain married, the couple agreed by paying an installment of Â£1,000 every year.