Well, this chick, Tamzin Merchant, on The Tudors, did.
And rather more prettily than the Holbein portrait of Catherine would suggest.
At the time, though, Catherine was considered to be Henry’s most beautiful Queen. The historian Lacey Baldwin Smith writes:
“Sparkling eyes set far apart, with whitened skin unmarred by freckles and tinted with a high and contrasting colouring, were regarded as the epitome of feminine loveliness. Both Katherine and her cousin, Anne Boleyn, had these characteristics, and although the Venetian Ambassador was not captivated by Anne s charms, he admitted that her eyes were black and beautiful and that these more than anything else pleased the King. Katherine Howard was not unlike her cousin, and legend has it that she was Henry’s most beautiful queen. What ever the truth, all her critics agree that she had auburn hair, was small, plump and vivacious overflowing with so much vitality that Marillac could write that he had nothing to report except a continuous round of banqueting and dancing at court .”
She was certainly Henry’s youngest Queen. She was a teenager (historians differ on the exact age) when he married her. However, she had been sexually active since she was 13, and had a long affair with her music teacher, Henry Mannox. This wasn’t entirely surprising, given that she grew up in the household of her step-grandmother, the Dowager Duchess of Norfolk. This lady took in many well-born children to educate them in the ways of court life. However, she was known for being lax, and at Court most of the time, and also pretty much deaf by the time Catherine arrived. So, while she had the girls locked in their dormitory each night, the girls would open the windows, allowing young men from town to climb in. Catherine supposedly had sex with Henry Mannox in front of an entire room of people.
Then she told Henry VIII that she was a virgin.