You may have heard about the middle-aged British couple that has finally decided to get married. One of the supposed problems is the status of the gentleman as he may become the titular head of the Church of England and he and his future wife are both divorced.
The raison d'être
of the Church of England was to facilitate the divorce of the first head of the Church, Henry Tudor. Henry was certainly in favor of marriage: he had six of them, and divorce: he had two of them.
The Six Wives Of Henry VIII: Catherine of Aragon [m. 1509 - 1533, Divorced], Anne Boleyn [m. 1533 - 1536, Executed], Jane Seymour [m. 1536 - 1537, Died], Anne of Cleves [m. 1540 Jan. - July, Divorced], Kathryn Howard [m. 1540 - 1542, Executed], Katherine Parr [m. 1543 - 1547, Widowed].