Since anything goes on Nationals, I've decided to address some burning issues...
It is well known that Henry VIII wanted a son. Would he have supported abortion? Here is some information about abortion and contraception during the Tudor period:
Any interference with the natural processes was considered witchcraft, and women (or men) promoting contraception or even offering advice to other women on contraceptive methods might be charged with witchcraft and executed. Many of the women executed as witches at the end of the Tudor period and early in the Stuart period were accused either of promoting contraception or causing abortions.
Perhaps we need to get back into the beheading business.