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Eric Ives , a British historian and legal expert, advocates , while Retha Warnicke , an American scholar who has also written a biography of Anne, prefers The key piece of surviving written evidence is a letter Anne wrote sometime in Ives argues that the style of the letter and its mature handwriting prove that Anne must have been about 13 at the time of its composition, while Warnicke argues that the numerous misspellings and grammar errors show that the letter was written by a child.

In Ives's view, this would also be around the minimum age that a girl could be a maid of honour, as Anne was to the regent, [ citation needed ] Margaret of Austria.

This is supported by claims of a chronicler from the late 16th century, who wrote that Anne was 20 when she returned from France.

Two independent contemporary sources support the date. Author Gareth Russell wrote a summary of the evidence and relates that Jane Dormer , Duchess of Feria, wrote her memoirs shortly before her death in The former lady-in-waiting and confidante to Queen Mary I wrote of Anne Boleyn: "She was convicted and condemned and was not yet twenty-nine years of age.

Anne's great-great-great-grandparents included a Lord Mayor of London , a duke , an earl , two aristocratic ladies, and a knight. One of them, Geoffrey Boleyn, had been a mercer and wool merchant before becoming Lord Mayor.

At the time of Anne's birth, the Boleyn family was one of the most respected in the English aristocracy.

Among her relatives, she numbered the Howards , one of the preeminent families in the land; and one of her ancestors included King Edward I of England.

Sometimes it was written as Bullen , hence the bull heads which formed part of her family arms. Anne's early education was typical for women of her class.

In , she was invited to join the schoolroom of Margaret of Austria and her four wards. Her academic education was limited to arithmetic, her family genealogy, grammar, history, reading, spelling, and writing.

She also developed domestic skills such as dancing, embroidery, good manners, household management, music, needlework, and singing. Anne learned to play games, such as cards, chess, and dice.

She was also taught archery, falconry, horseback riding, and hunting. During this period, Margaret ruled the Netherlands on her nephew Charles 's behalf and was so impressed with Boleyn that she offered his daughter Anne a place in her household.

Ordinarily, a girl had to be 12 years old to have such an honour, but Anne may have been younger, as Margaret affectionately called her "la petite Boulin [ sic ]".

Ives, op. In France, Anne was a maid of honour to Queen Mary, and then to Mary's year-old stepdaughter Queen Claude , with whom she stayed nearly seven years.

She also acquired knowledge of French culture, dance, etiquette, literature, music, and poetry; and gained experience in flirtation and the game of courtly love.

Marguerite de Navarre was also an author in her own right, and her works include elements of Christian mysticism and reform that verged on heresy, though she was protected by her status as the French king's beloved sister.

She or her circle may have encouraged Anne's interest in religious reform, as well as in poetry and literature.

It may have been instrumental in pressing their King toward the culture-shattering contretemps with the Papacy.

The latest version of Ives's biography hypothesizes that Anne may have had evangelistic conviction and a strong spiritual inner life.

William Forrest, author of a contemporary poem about Catherine of Aragon, complimented Anne's "passing excellent" skill as a dancer.

Anne was of average height and had a slender build with long straight and thick black or dark brown hair, dark brown eyes, a considerably strong nose, a definite wide mouth with slim lips, and an olive complexion.

She was considered brilliant, charming, driven, elegant, forthright, and graceful, with a keen wit and a lively, opinionated, and passionate personality.

Anne was depicted as "sweet and cheerful" in her youth and enjoyed cards and dice games, drinking wine, French cuisine , flirting, gambling, gossiping, and good jokes.

She was fond of archery, falconry, hunting, and the occasional game of bowls. She also had a sharp tongue and a terrible temper. Anne exerted a powerful charm on those who met her, though opinions differed on her attractiveness.

The Venetian diarist Marino Sanuto, who saw Anne when Henry VIII met Francis I at Calais in October , described her as "not one of the handsomest women in the world; she is of middling stature, swarthy complexion, long neck, wide mouth, bosom not much raised Lancelot de Carle called her "beautiful with an elegant figure", and a Venetian in Paris in also reported that she was said to be beautiful.

The most influential description of Anne, [34] but also the least reliable, was written by the Catholic propagandist and polemicist Nicholas Sanders in , half a century after Anne's death:.

It is said she had a projecting tooth under the upper lip, and on her right hand six fingers. There was a large wen under her chin, and therefore to hide its ugliness she wore a high dress covering her throat She was handsome to look at, with a pretty mouth".

Sanders's description contributed to what Ives calls the "monster legend" of Anne Boleyn. Anne's experience in France made her a devout Christian in the new tradition of Renaissance humanism.

Anne knew little Latin and, trained at a French court, she was influenced by an "evangelical variety of French humanism," which led her to champion the vernacular Bible.

She sailed from Calais in January Anne was recalled to marry her Irish cousin, James Butler , a young man several years older than she who was living at the English court.

In Ireland, the great-great-grandson of the 3rd earl, Sir Piers Butler , contested the will and claimed the earldom himself. He was already in possession of Kilkenny Castle , the earls' ancestral seat.

Sir Thomas Boleyn, being the son of the eldest daughter, believed the title properly belonged to him and protested to his brother-in-law, the Duke of Norfolk , who spoke to Henry about the matter.

Henry, fearful the dispute could ignite civil war in Ireland, sought to resolve the matter by arranging an alliance between Piers's son, James, and Anne Boleyn.

She would bring her Ormond inheritance as dowry and thus end the dispute. The plan ended in failure, perhaps because Sir Thomas hoped for a grander marriage for his daughter or because he himself coveted the titles.

Whatever the reason, the marriage negotiations came to a complete halt. Mary Boleyn , Anne Boleyn's older sister, had been recalled from France in late , ostensibly to end her affairs with the French king and his courtiers.

Soon after, Mary became the English King's mistress. Henry did not acknowledge either child, but he did recognize his son Henry Fitzroy , his illegitimate son by Elizabeth Blount , Lady Talboys.

All wore gowns of white satin embroidered with gold thread. Warnicke writes that Anne was "the perfect woman courtier A remarkable, intelligent, quick-witted young noblewoman In short, her energy and vitality made her the center of attention in any social gathering.

Scarisbrick adds that Anne "revelled in" the attention she received from her admirers. During this time, Anne was courted by Henry Percy , son of the Earl of Northumberland , and entered into a secret betrothal with him.

Thomas Wolsey 's gentleman usher, George Cavendish , maintained the two had not been lovers. Wolsey refused the match for several conjectured reasons.

According to Cavendish, Anne was sent from court to her family's countryside estates, but it is not known for how long. Upon her return to court, she again entered the service of Catherine of Aragon.

Percy was married to Lady Mary Talbot , to whom he had been betrothed since adolescence. In , Wyatt married Elizabeth Cobham, who by many accounts was not a wife of his choosing.

In , Wyatt accompanied the royal couple to Calais. This may have been how she caught the eye of Henry, who was also an experienced player.

But within a year, he proposed marriage to her, and she accepted. Both assumed an annulment could be obtained within months. There is no evidence to suggest that they engaged in a sexual relationship until very shortly before their marriage; Henry's love letters to Anne suggest that their love affair remained unconsummated for much of their seven-year courtship.

It is probable that Henry had thought of the idea of annulment not divorce as commonly assumed much earlier than this as he strongly desired a male heir to secure the Tudor claim to the crown.

He and Catherine had no living sons: all Catherine's children except Mary died in infancy. Since Spain and England still wanted an alliance, Pope Julius II granted a dispensation for their marriage on the grounds that Catherine was still a virgin.

Catherine and Henry married in , but eventually he became dubious about the marriage's validity, claiming that Catherine's inability to provide an heir was a sign of God's displeasure.

His feelings for Anne, and her refusals to become his mistress, probably contributed to Henry's decision that no Pope had a right to overrule the Bible.

This meant that he had been living in sin with Catherine all these years, though Catherine hotly contested this and refused to concede that her marriage to Arthur had been consummated.

It also meant that his daughter Mary was a bastard, and that the new Pope Clement VII would have to admit the previous Pope's mistake and annul the marriage.

Henry's quest for an annulment became euphemistically known as the " King's Great Matter ". Anne saw an opportunity in Henry's infatuation and the convenient moral quandary.

She determined that she would yield to his embraces only as his acknowledged queen. She began to take her place at his side in policy and in state, but not yet in his bed.

Scholars and historians hold various opinions as to how deep Anne's commitment to the Reformation was, how much she was perhaps only personally ambitious, and how much she had to do with Henry's defiance of papal power.

There is anecdotal evidence, related to biographer George Wyatt by her former lady-in-waiting Anne Gainsford , [56] that Anne brought to Henry's attention a heretical pamphlet, perhaps Tyndale 's The Obedience of a Christian Man or one by Simon Fish called A Supplication for the Beggars , which cried out to monarchs to rein in the evil excesses of the Catholic Church.

She was sympathetic to those seeking further reformation of the Church, and actively protected scholars working on English translations of the scriptures.

According to Maria Dowling , "Anne tried to educate her waiting-women in scriptural piety" and is believed to have reproved her cousin, Mary Shelton , for "having 'idle poesies' written in her prayer book.

Further, the most recent edition of Ives's biography admits that Anne may very well have had a personal spiritual awakening in her youth that spurred her on, not just as catalyst but expediter for Henry's Reformation, though the process took years.

In , sweating sickness broke out with great severity. In London, the mortality rate was great and the court was dispersed. Henry left London, frequently changing his residence; Anne Boleyn retreated to the Boleyn residence at Hever Castle, but contracted the illness; her brother-in-law, William Carey, died.

Henry sent his own physician to Hever Castle to care for Anne, [58] and shortly afterwards, she recovered.

Henry was soon absorbed in securing an annulment from Catherine. In William Knight , the King's secretary, was sent to Pope Clement VII to sue for the annulment of Henry's marriage to Catherine, on the grounds that the dispensing bull of Julius II permitting him to marry his brother's widow, Catherine, had been obtained under false pretences.

Henry also petitioned, in the event of his becoming free, a dispensation to contract a new marriage with any woman even in the first degree of affinity, whether the affinity was contracted by lawful or unlawful connection.

This clearly referred to Anne. In the end he had to return with a conditional dispensation, which Wolsey insisted was technically insufficient.

But Clement had not empowered his deputy to make a decision. Convinced that Wolsey's loyalties lay with the Pope, not England, Anne, as well as Wolsey's many enemies, ensured his dismissal from public office in Cavendish, Wolsey's chamberlain, records that the servants who waited on the king and Anne at dinner in in Grafton heard her say that the dishonour Wolsey had brought upon the realm would have cost any other Englishman his head.

Henry replied, "Why then I perceive Public support remained with Catherine. One evening in the autumn of , Anne was dining at a manor house on the River Thames and was almost seized by a crowd of angry women.

Anne just managed to escape by boat. When Archbishop of Canterbury William Warham died in , the Boleyn family chaplain, Thomas Cranmer , was appointed, with papal approval.

In , Thomas Cromwell brought before Parliament a number of acts, including the Supplication against the Ordinaries and Submission of the Clergy , which recognised royal supremacy over the church, thus finalising the break with Rome.

Following these acts, Thomas More resigned as Chancellor , leaving Cromwell as Henry's chief minister. Even before her marriage, Anne Boleyn was able to grant petitions, receive diplomats and give patronage, and had an influence over Henry to plead the cause of foreign diplomats.

During this period, Anne played an important role in England's international position by solidifying an alliance with France. She established an excellent rapport with the French ambassador, Gilles de la Pommeraie.

Anne and Henry attended a meeting with the French king at Calais in winter , at which Henry hoped to enlist the support of Francis I of France for his intended marriage.

On 1 September , Henry granted her the Marquessate of Pembroke , an appropriate peerage for a future queen; [69] as such she became a rich and important woman: the three dukes and two marquesses who existed in were Henry's brother-in-law, Henry's illegitimate son, and other descendants of royalty; she ranked above all other peeresses.

The Pembroke lands and the title of Earl of Pembroke had been held by Henry's great-uncle, [70] and Henry performed the investiture himself.

Anne's family also profited from the relationship. Her father, already Viscount Rochford, was created Earl of Wiltshire.

Henry also came to an arrangement with Anne's Irish cousin and created him Earl of Ormond. At the magnificent banquet to celebrate her father's elevation, Anne took precedence over the Duchesses of Suffolk and Norfolk, seated in the place of honour beside the king that was usually occupied by the queen.

The conference at Calais was something of a political triumph, but even though the French government gave implicit support for Henry's remarriage and Francis I had a private conference with Anne, the French king maintained alliances with the Pope that he could not explicitly defy.

Soon after returning to Dover , Henry and Anne married in a secret ceremony on 14 November Events now began to move at a quick pace.

On 23 May , Cranmer who had been hastened, with the Pope's assent, into the position of Archbishop of Canterbury recently vacated by the death of Warham sat in judgement at a special court convened at Dunstable Priory to rule on the validity of Henry's marriage to Catherine.

He declared it null and void. Five days later, on 28 May , Cranmer declared the marriage of Henry and Anne good and valid. Catherine was formally stripped of her title as queen and Anne was consequently crowned queen consort on 1 June in a magnificent ceremony at Westminster Abbey with a banquet afterwards.

Unlike any other queen consort, Anne was crowned with St Edward's Crown , which had previously been used to crown only monarchs.

In accordance with tradition she wore white, and on her head a gold coronet beneath which her long dark hair hung down freely.

Meanwhile, the House of Commons had forbidden all appeals to Rome and exacted the penalties of praemunire against all who introduced papal bulls into England.

It was only then that Pope Clement at last took the step of announcing a provisional excommunication of Henry and Cranmer.

He condemned the marriage to Anne, and in March declared the marriage to Catherine legal and again ordered Henry to return to her.

In late parliament declared Henry "the only supreme head on earth of the Church of England". On 14 May , in one of the realm's first official acts protecting Protestant Reformers , Anne wrote a letter to Thomas Cromwell seeking his aid in ensuring that English merchant Richard Herman be reinstated a member of the merchant adventurers in Antwerp and no longer persecuted simply because he had helped in "setting forth of the New testament in English.

After her coronation, Anne settled into a quiet routine at the King's favourite residence, Greenwich Palace , to prepare for the birth of her baby.

The child was born slightly prematurely on 7 September between three and four in the afternoon. Anne gave birth to a girl, who was christened Elizabeth , probably in honour of either or both Anne's mother Elizabeth Howard and Henry's mother, Elizabeth of York.

All but one of the royal physicians and astrologers had predicted a son and the French king had been asked to stand as his godfather.

Now the prepared letters announcing the birth of a prince had an s hastily added to them to read princes[s] and the traditional jousting tournament for the birth of an heir was cancelled.

The infant princess was given a splendid christening, but Anne feared that Catherine's daughter, Mary , now stripped of her title of princess and labelled a bastard , posed a threat to Elizabeth's position.

Henry soothed his wife's fears by separating Mary from her many servants and sending her to Hatfield House , where Elizabeth would live with her own sizeable staff of servants and the country air was thought better for the baby's health.

The new queen had a larger staff of servants than Catherine. There were more than servants to tend to her personal needs, from priests to stable-boys, and more than 60 maids-of-honour who served her and accompanied her to social events.

She also employed several priests who acted as her confessors , chaplains, and religious advisers. One of these was Matthew Parker , who became one of the chief architects of Anglican thought during the reign of Anne's daughter, Elizabeth I.

The king and his new queen enjoyed a reasonably happy accord with periods of calm and affection. Anne's sharp intelligence, political acumen and forward manners, although desirable in a mistress, were, at the time, unacceptable in a wife.

She was once reported to have spoken to her uncle in words that "shouldn't be used to a dog". By October, she was again pregnant.

Anne presided over a magnificent court. She spent lavish amounts of money on gowns, jewels, head-dresses, ostrich-feather fans, riding equipment, furniture and upholstery, maintaining the ostentatious display required by her status.

Numerous palaces were renovated to suit her and Henry's extravagant tastes. Anne was blamed for Henry's tyranny and called by some of her subjects "The king's whore" or a "naughty paike [prostitute]".

It sank even lower after the executions of her enemies More and Fisher. On 8 January , news of Catherine of Aragon's death reached the King and Anne, who were overjoyed.

The following day, Henry and Anne wore yellow, the symbol of joy and celebration in England, from head to toe, and celebrated Catherine's death with festivities.

With Mary's mother dead, Anne attempted to make peace with her. These began after the discovery during her embalming that Catherine's heart was blackened.

Modern medical experts are in agreement that this was not the result of poisoning, but of cancer of the heart , an extremely rare condition which was not understood at the time.

The Queen, pregnant again, was aware of the dangers if she failed to give birth to a son. With Catherine dead, Henry would be free to marry without any taint of illegality.

At this time Henry began paying court to Jane Seymour. He gave her a locket with a miniature portrait of himself inside and Jane, in the presence of Anne, began opening and shutting it.

Anne responded by ripping off the locket with such force her fingers bled. Later that month, the King was unhorsed in a tournament and knocked unconscious for two hours, a worrying incident that Anne believed led to her miscarriage five days later.

Whatever the cause, on the day that Catherine of Aragon was buried at Peterborough Abbey , Anne miscarried a baby which, according to the imperial ambassador Eustace Chapuys , she had borne for about three and a half months, and which "seemed to be a male child".

Given Henry's desperate desire for a son, the sequence of Anne's pregnancies has attracted much interest. Author Mike Ashley speculated that Anne had two stillborn children after Elizabeth's birth and before the male child she miscarried in His new mistress, Jane Seymour, was quickly moved into royal quarters.

This was followed by Anne's brother George being refused a prestigious court honour, the Order of the Garter , given instead to Sir Nicholas Carew.

Anne's biographer Eric Ives and most other historians believe that her fall and execution were primarily engineered by her former ally Thomas Cromwell.

Anne argued with Cromwell over the redistribution of Church revenues and over foreign policy. She advocated that revenues be distributed to charitable and educational institutions; and she favoured a French alliance.

Cromwell insisted on filling the King's depleted coffers, while taking a cut for himself, and preferred an imperial alliance.

Cromwell became involved in the royal marital drama only when Henry ordered him onto the case. Such a bold attempt by Cromwell, given the limited evidence, could have risked his office, even his life.

He initially denied being the Queen's lover but later confessed, perhaps tortured or promised freedom. Another courtier, Sir Henry Norris , was arrested on May Day , but being an aristocrat, could not be tortured.

Prior to his arrest, Norris was treated kindly by the King, who offered him his own horse to use on the May Day festivities. It seems likely that during the festivities, the King was notified of Smeaton's confession and it was shortly thereafter the alleged conspirators were arrested upon his orders.

Norris denied his guilt and swore that Queen Anne was innocent; one of the most damaging pieces of evidence against Norris was an overheard conversation with Anne at the end of April, where she accused him of coming often to her chambers not to pay court to her lady-in-waiting Madge Shelton but to herself.

Sir Thomas Wyatt , a poet and friend of the Boleyns who was allegedly infatuated with her before her marriage to the king, was also imprisoned for the same charge but later released, most likely due to his or his family's friendship with Cromwell.

Sir Richard Page was also accused of having a sexual relationship with the Queen, but he was acquitted of all charges after further investigation could not implicate him with Anne.

On 2 May , Anne was arrested and taken to the Tower of London by barge. In the Tower, she collapsed, demanding to know the location of her father and "swete broder", as well as the charges against her.

Your Grace's displeasure, and my imprisonment are things so strange unto me, as what to write, or what to excuse, I am altogether ignorant.

Whereas you send unto me willing me to confess a truth, and so obtain your favour by such an one, whom you know to be my ancient professed enemy.

I no sooner received this message by him, than I rightly conceived your meaning; and if, as you say, confessing a truth indeed may procure my safety, I shall with all willingness and duty perform your demand.

But let not your Grace ever imagine, that your poor wife will ever be brought to acknowledge a fault, where not so much as a thought thereof preceded.

And to speak a truth, never prince had wife more loyal in all duty, and in all true affection, than you have ever found in Anne Boleyn: with which name and place I could willingly have contented myself, if God and your Grace's pleasure had been so pleased.

Neither did I at any time so far forget myself in my exaltation or received Queenship, but that I always looked for such an alteration as I now find; for the ground of my preferment being on no surer foundation than your Grace's fancy, the least alteration I knew was fit and sufficient to draw that fancy to some other object.

You have chosen me, from a low estate, to be your Queen and companion, far beyond my desert or desire. If then you found me worthy of such honour, good your Grace let not any light fancy, or bad council of mine enemies, withdraw your princely favour from me; neither let that stain, that unworthy stain, of a disloyal heart toward your good grace, ever cast so foul a blot on your most dutiful wife, and the infant-princess your daughter.

Try me, good king, but let me have a lawful trial, and let not my sworn enemies sit as my accusers and judges; yea let me receive an open trial, for my truth shall fear no open flame; then shall you see either my innocence cleared, your suspicion and conscience satisfied, the ignominy and slander of the world stopped, or my guilt openly declared.

So that whatsoever God or you may determine of me, your grace may be freed of an open censure, and mine offense being so lawfully proved, your grace is at liberty, both before God and man, not only to execute worthy punishment on me as an unlawful wife, but to follow your affection, already settled on that party, for whose sake I am now as I am, whose name I could some good while since have pointed unto, your Grace being not ignorant of my suspicion therein.

But if you have already determined of me, and that not only my death, but an infamous slander must bring you the enjoying of your desired happiness; then I desire of God, that he will pardon your great sin therein, and likewise mine enemies, the instruments thereof, and that he will not call you to a strict account of your unprincely and cruel usage of me, at his general judgment-seat, where both you and myself must shortly appear, and in whose judgment I doubt not whatsoever the world may think of me mine innocence shall be openly known, and sufficiently cleared.

My last and only request shall be, that myself may only bear the burden of your Grace's displeasure, and that it may not touch the innocent souls of those poor gentlemen, who as I understand are likewise in strait imprisonment for my sake.

If ever I found favour in your sight, if ever the name of Anne Boleyn hath been pleasing in your ears, then let me obtain this request, and I will so leave to trouble your Grace any further, with mine earnest prayers to the Trinity to have your Grace in his good keeping, and to direct you in all your actions.

From my doleful prison in the Tower, this sixth of May;. Four of the accused men were tried in Westminster on 12 May Weston, Brereton, and Norris publicly maintained their innocence and only the tortured Smeaton supported the Crown by pleading guilty.

Three days later, Anne and George Boleyn were tried separately in the Tower of London, before a jury of 27 peers. She was accused of adultery , incest, and high treason.

The other form of treason alleged against her was that of plotting the king's death, with her "lovers", so that she might later marry Henry Norris.

When the verdict was announced, he collapsed and had to be carried from the courtroom. He died childless eight months later and was succeeded by his nephew.

On 17 May, Cranmer declared Anne's marriage to Henry null and void. Although the evidence against them was unconvincing, [ citation needed ] the accused were found guilty and condemned to death.

George Boleyn and the other accused men were executed on 17 May William Kingston , the Constable of the Tower , reported Anne seemed very happy and ready to be done with life.

Henry commuted Anne's sentence from burning to beheading, and rather than have a queen beheaded with the common axe, he brought an expert swordsman from Saint-Omer in France, to perform the execution.

On the morning of 19 May, Kingston wrote:. This morning she sent for me, that I might be with her at such time as she received the good Lord, to the intent I should hear her speak as touching her innocency alway to be clear.

And in the writing of this she sent for me, and at my coming she said, 'Mr. Kingston, I hear I shall not die afore noon, and I am very sorry therefore, for I thought to be dead by this time and past my pain.

And then she said, 'I heard say the executioner was very good, and I have a little neck,' and then put her hands about it, laughing heartily.

I have seen many men and also women executed, and that they have been in great sorrow, and to my knowledge this lady has much joy in death.

Sir, her almoner is continually with her, and had been since two o'clock after midnight. Her impending death may have caused her great sorrow for some time during her imprisonment.

The poem " Oh Death Rock Me Asleep " is generally believed to have been authored by Anne and reveals that she may have hoped death would end her suffering.

Shortly before dawn, she called Kingston to hear mass with her, and swore in his presence, on the eternal salvation of her soul, upon the Holy Sacraments , that she had never been unfaithful to the king.

She ritually repeated this oath both immediately before and after receiving the sacrament of the Eucharist. On the morning of Friday, 19 May, Anne was executed within the Tower precincts, not upon the site of the execution memorial, but rather, according to historian Eric Ives, on a scaffold erected on the north side of the White Tower , in front of what is now the Waterloo Barracks.

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In William Knight , the King's secretary, was sent to Pope Clement VII to sue for the annulment of Henry's marriage to Catherine, on the grounds that the dispensing bull of Julius II permitting him to marry his brother's widow, Catherine, had been obtained under false pretences.

Henry also petitioned, in the event of his becoming free, a dispensation to contract a new marriage with any woman even in the first degree of affinity, whether the affinity was contracted by lawful or unlawful connection.

This clearly referred to Anne. In the end he had to return with a conditional dispensation, which Wolsey insisted was technically insufficient.

But Clement had not empowered his deputy to make a decision. Convinced that Wolsey's loyalties lay with the Pope, not England, Anne, as well as Wolsey's many enemies, ensured his dismissal from public office in Cavendish, Wolsey's chamberlain, records that the servants who waited on the king and Anne at dinner in in Grafton heard her say that the dishonour Wolsey had brought upon the realm would have cost any other Englishman his head.

Henry replied, "Why then I perceive Public support remained with Catherine. One evening in the autumn of , Anne was dining at a manor house on the River Thames and was almost seized by a crowd of angry women.

Anne just managed to escape by boat. When Archbishop of Canterbury William Warham died in , the Boleyn family chaplain, Thomas Cranmer , was appointed, with papal approval.

In , Thomas Cromwell brought before Parliament a number of acts, including the Supplication against the Ordinaries and Submission of the Clergy , which recognised royal supremacy over the church, thus finalising the break with Rome.

Following these acts, Thomas More resigned as Chancellor , leaving Cromwell as Henry's chief minister. Even before her marriage, Anne Boleyn was able to grant petitions, receive diplomats and give patronage, and had an influence over Henry to plead the cause of foreign diplomats.

During this period, Anne played an important role in England's international position by solidifying an alliance with France.

She established an excellent rapport with the French ambassador, Gilles de la Pommeraie. Anne and Henry attended a meeting with the French king at Calais in winter , at which Henry hoped to enlist the support of Francis I of France for his intended marriage.

On 1 September , Henry granted her the Marquessate of Pembroke , an appropriate peerage for a future queen; [69] as such she became a rich and important woman: the three dukes and two marquesses who existed in were Henry's brother-in-law, Henry's illegitimate son, and other descendants of royalty; she ranked above all other peeresses.

The Pembroke lands and the title of Earl of Pembroke had been held by Henry's great-uncle, [70] and Henry performed the investiture himself.

Anne's family also profited from the relationship. Her father, already Viscount Rochford, was created Earl of Wiltshire.

Henry also came to an arrangement with Anne's Irish cousin and created him Earl of Ormond. At the magnificent banquet to celebrate her father's elevation, Anne took precedence over the Duchesses of Suffolk and Norfolk, seated in the place of honour beside the king that was usually occupied by the queen.

The conference at Calais was something of a political triumph, but even though the French government gave implicit support for Henry's remarriage and Francis I had a private conference with Anne, the French king maintained alliances with the Pope that he could not explicitly defy.

Soon after returning to Dover , Henry and Anne married in a secret ceremony on 14 November Events now began to move at a quick pace.

On 23 May , Cranmer who had been hastened, with the Pope's assent, into the position of Archbishop of Canterbury recently vacated by the death of Warham sat in judgement at a special court convened at Dunstable Priory to rule on the validity of Henry's marriage to Catherine.

He declared it null and void. Five days later, on 28 May , Cranmer declared the marriage of Henry and Anne good and valid.

Catherine was formally stripped of her title as queen and Anne was consequently crowned queen consort on 1 June in a magnificent ceremony at Westminster Abbey with a banquet afterwards.

Unlike any other queen consort, Anne was crowned with St Edward's Crown , which had previously been used to crown only monarchs.

In accordance with tradition she wore white, and on her head a gold coronet beneath which her long dark hair hung down freely. Meanwhile, the House of Commons had forbidden all appeals to Rome and exacted the penalties of praemunire against all who introduced papal bulls into England.

It was only then that Pope Clement at last took the step of announcing a provisional excommunication of Henry and Cranmer. He condemned the marriage to Anne, and in March declared the marriage to Catherine legal and again ordered Henry to return to her.

In late parliament declared Henry "the only supreme head on earth of the Church of England". On 14 May , in one of the realm's first official acts protecting Protestant Reformers , Anne wrote a letter to Thomas Cromwell seeking his aid in ensuring that English merchant Richard Herman be reinstated a member of the merchant adventurers in Antwerp and no longer persecuted simply because he had helped in "setting forth of the New testament in English.

After her coronation, Anne settled into a quiet routine at the King's favourite residence, Greenwich Palace , to prepare for the birth of her baby.

The child was born slightly prematurely on 7 September between three and four in the afternoon. Anne gave birth to a girl, who was christened Elizabeth , probably in honour of either or both Anne's mother Elizabeth Howard and Henry's mother, Elizabeth of York.

All but one of the royal physicians and astrologers had predicted a son and the French king had been asked to stand as his godfather.

Now the prepared letters announcing the birth of a prince had an s hastily added to them to read princes[s] and the traditional jousting tournament for the birth of an heir was cancelled.

The infant princess was given a splendid christening, but Anne feared that Catherine's daughter, Mary , now stripped of her title of princess and labelled a bastard , posed a threat to Elizabeth's position.

Henry soothed his wife's fears by separating Mary from her many servants and sending her to Hatfield House , where Elizabeth would live with her own sizeable staff of servants and the country air was thought better for the baby's health.

The new queen had a larger staff of servants than Catherine. There were more than servants to tend to her personal needs, from priests to stable-boys, and more than 60 maids-of-honour who served her and accompanied her to social events.

She also employed several priests who acted as her confessors , chaplains, and religious advisers. One of these was Matthew Parker , who became one of the chief architects of Anglican thought during the reign of Anne's daughter, Elizabeth I.

The king and his new queen enjoyed a reasonably happy accord with periods of calm and affection. Anne's sharp intelligence, political acumen and forward manners, although desirable in a mistress, were, at the time, unacceptable in a wife.

She was once reported to have spoken to her uncle in words that "shouldn't be used to a dog". By October, she was again pregnant. Anne presided over a magnificent court.

She spent lavish amounts of money on gowns, jewels, head-dresses, ostrich-feather fans, riding equipment, furniture and upholstery, maintaining the ostentatious display required by her status.

Numerous palaces were renovated to suit her and Henry's extravagant tastes. Anne was blamed for Henry's tyranny and called by some of her subjects "The king's whore" or a "naughty paike [prostitute]".

It sank even lower after the executions of her enemies More and Fisher. On 8 January , news of Catherine of Aragon's death reached the King and Anne, who were overjoyed.

The following day, Henry and Anne wore yellow, the symbol of joy and celebration in England, from head to toe, and celebrated Catherine's death with festivities.

With Mary's mother dead, Anne attempted to make peace with her. These began after the discovery during her embalming that Catherine's heart was blackened.

Modern medical experts are in agreement that this was not the result of poisoning, but of cancer of the heart , an extremely rare condition which was not understood at the time.

The Queen, pregnant again, was aware of the dangers if she failed to give birth to a son. With Catherine dead, Henry would be free to marry without any taint of illegality.

At this time Henry began paying court to Jane Seymour. He gave her a locket with a miniature portrait of himself inside and Jane, in the presence of Anne, began opening and shutting it.

Anne responded by ripping off the locket with such force her fingers bled. Later that month, the King was unhorsed in a tournament and knocked unconscious for two hours, a worrying incident that Anne believed led to her miscarriage five days later.

Whatever the cause, on the day that Catherine of Aragon was buried at Peterborough Abbey , Anne miscarried a baby which, according to the imperial ambassador Eustace Chapuys , she had borne for about three and a half months, and which "seemed to be a male child".

Given Henry's desperate desire for a son, the sequence of Anne's pregnancies has attracted much interest. Author Mike Ashley speculated that Anne had two stillborn children after Elizabeth's birth and before the male child she miscarried in His new mistress, Jane Seymour, was quickly moved into royal quarters.

This was followed by Anne's brother George being refused a prestigious court honour, the Order of the Garter , given instead to Sir Nicholas Carew.

Anne's biographer Eric Ives and most other historians believe that her fall and execution were primarily engineered by her former ally Thomas Cromwell.

Anne argued with Cromwell over the redistribution of Church revenues and over foreign policy. She advocated that revenues be distributed to charitable and educational institutions; and she favoured a French alliance.

Cromwell insisted on filling the King's depleted coffers, while taking a cut for himself, and preferred an imperial alliance. Cromwell became involved in the royal marital drama only when Henry ordered him onto the case.

Such a bold attempt by Cromwell, given the limited evidence, could have risked his office, even his life. He initially denied being the Queen's lover but later confessed, perhaps tortured or promised freedom.

Another courtier, Sir Henry Norris , was arrested on May Day , but being an aristocrat, could not be tortured. Prior to his arrest, Norris was treated kindly by the King, who offered him his own horse to use on the May Day festivities.

It seems likely that during the festivities, the King was notified of Smeaton's confession and it was shortly thereafter the alleged conspirators were arrested upon his orders.

Norris denied his guilt and swore that Queen Anne was innocent; one of the most damaging pieces of evidence against Norris was an overheard conversation with Anne at the end of April, where she accused him of coming often to her chambers not to pay court to her lady-in-waiting Madge Shelton but to herself.

Sir Thomas Wyatt , a poet and friend of the Boleyns who was allegedly infatuated with her before her marriage to the king, was also imprisoned for the same charge but later released, most likely due to his or his family's friendship with Cromwell.

Sir Richard Page was also accused of having a sexual relationship with the Queen, but he was acquitted of all charges after further investigation could not implicate him with Anne.

On 2 May , Anne was arrested and taken to the Tower of London by barge. In the Tower, she collapsed, demanding to know the location of her father and "swete broder", as well as the charges against her.

Your Grace's displeasure, and my imprisonment are things so strange unto me, as what to write, or what to excuse, I am altogether ignorant. Whereas you send unto me willing me to confess a truth, and so obtain your favour by such an one, whom you know to be my ancient professed enemy.

I no sooner received this message by him, than I rightly conceived your meaning; and if, as you say, confessing a truth indeed may procure my safety, I shall with all willingness and duty perform your demand.

But let not your Grace ever imagine, that your poor wife will ever be brought to acknowledge a fault, where not so much as a thought thereof preceded.

And to speak a truth, never prince had wife more loyal in all duty, and in all true affection, than you have ever found in Anne Boleyn: with which name and place I could willingly have contented myself, if God and your Grace's pleasure had been so pleased.

Neither did I at any time so far forget myself in my exaltation or received Queenship, but that I always looked for such an alteration as I now find; for the ground of my preferment being on no surer foundation than your Grace's fancy, the least alteration I knew was fit and sufficient to draw that fancy to some other object.

You have chosen me, from a low estate, to be your Queen and companion, far beyond my desert or desire.

If then you found me worthy of such honour, good your Grace let not any light fancy, or bad council of mine enemies, withdraw your princely favour from me; neither let that stain, that unworthy stain, of a disloyal heart toward your good grace, ever cast so foul a blot on your most dutiful wife, and the infant-princess your daughter.

Try me, good king, but let me have a lawful trial, and let not my sworn enemies sit as my accusers and judges; yea let me receive an open trial, for my truth shall fear no open flame; then shall you see either my innocence cleared, your suspicion and conscience satisfied, the ignominy and slander of the world stopped, or my guilt openly declared.

So that whatsoever God or you may determine of me, your grace may be freed of an open censure, and mine offense being so lawfully proved, your grace is at liberty, both before God and man, not only to execute worthy punishment on me as an unlawful wife, but to follow your affection, already settled on that party, for whose sake I am now as I am, whose name I could some good while since have pointed unto, your Grace being not ignorant of my suspicion therein.

But if you have already determined of me, and that not only my death, but an infamous slander must bring you the enjoying of your desired happiness; then I desire of God, that he will pardon your great sin therein, and likewise mine enemies, the instruments thereof, and that he will not call you to a strict account of your unprincely and cruel usage of me, at his general judgment-seat, where both you and myself must shortly appear, and in whose judgment I doubt not whatsoever the world may think of me mine innocence shall be openly known, and sufficiently cleared.

My last and only request shall be, that myself may only bear the burden of your Grace's displeasure, and that it may not touch the innocent souls of those poor gentlemen, who as I understand are likewise in strait imprisonment for my sake.

If ever I found favour in your sight, if ever the name of Anne Boleyn hath been pleasing in your ears, then let me obtain this request, and I will so leave to trouble your Grace any further, with mine earnest prayers to the Trinity to have your Grace in his good keeping, and to direct you in all your actions.

From my doleful prison in the Tower, this sixth of May;. Four of the accused men were tried in Westminster on 12 May Weston, Brereton, and Norris publicly maintained their innocence and only the tortured Smeaton supported the Crown by pleading guilty.

Three days later, Anne and George Boleyn were tried separately in the Tower of London, before a jury of 27 peers. She was accused of adultery , incest, and high treason.

The other form of treason alleged against her was that of plotting the king's death, with her "lovers", so that she might later marry Henry Norris. When the verdict was announced, he collapsed and had to be carried from the courtroom.

He died childless eight months later and was succeeded by his nephew. On 17 May, Cranmer declared Anne's marriage to Henry null and void.

Although the evidence against them was unconvincing, [ citation needed ] the accused were found guilty and condemned to death. George Boleyn and the other accused men were executed on 17 May William Kingston , the Constable of the Tower , reported Anne seemed very happy and ready to be done with life.

Henry commuted Anne's sentence from burning to beheading, and rather than have a queen beheaded with the common axe, he brought an expert swordsman from Saint-Omer in France, to perform the execution.

On the morning of 19 May, Kingston wrote:. This morning she sent for me, that I might be with her at such time as she received the good Lord, to the intent I should hear her speak as touching her innocency alway to be clear.

And in the writing of this she sent for me, and at my coming she said, 'Mr. Kingston, I hear I shall not die afore noon, and I am very sorry therefore, for I thought to be dead by this time and past my pain.

And then she said, 'I heard say the executioner was very good, and I have a little neck,' and then put her hands about it, laughing heartily.

I have seen many men and also women executed, and that they have been in great sorrow, and to my knowledge this lady has much joy in death.

Sir, her almoner is continually with her, and had been since two o'clock after midnight. Her impending death may have caused her great sorrow for some time during her imprisonment.

The poem " Oh Death Rock Me Asleep " is generally believed to have been authored by Anne and reveals that she may have hoped death would end her suffering.

Shortly before dawn, she called Kingston to hear mass with her, and swore in his presence, on the eternal salvation of her soul, upon the Holy Sacraments , that she had never been unfaithful to the king.

She ritually repeated this oath both immediately before and after receiving the sacrament of the Eucharist. On the morning of Friday, 19 May, Anne was executed within the Tower precincts, not upon the site of the execution memorial, but rather, according to historian Eric Ives, on a scaffold erected on the north side of the White Tower , in front of what is now the Waterloo Barracks.

Good Christian people, I am come hither to die, for according to the law, and by the law I am judged to die, and therefore I will speak nothing against it.

I am come hither to accuse no man, nor to speak anything of that, whereof I am accused and condemned to die, but I pray God save the king and send him long to reign over you, for a gentler nor a more merciful prince was there never: and to me he was ever a good, a gentle and sovereign lord.

And if any person will meddle of my cause, I require them to judge the best. And thus I take my leave of the world and of you all, and I heartily desire you all to pray for me.

O Lord have mercy on me, to God I commend my soul. This version of her speech is found in Foxe 's Actes and Monuments [] and an almost identical version in Ives She gracefully addressed the people from the scaffold with a voice somewhat overcome by weakness, but which gathered strength as she went on.

She begged her hearers to forgive her if she had not used them all with becoming gentleness, and asked for their prayers. It was needless, she said, to relate why she was there, but she prayed the Judge of all the world to have compassion on those who had condemned her, and she begged them to pray for the King, in whom she had always found great kindness, fear of God, and love of his subjects.

The spectators could not refrain from tears. Lancelot de Carle, a secretary to the French Ambassador, Antoine de Castelnau , was in London in May , [] and was an eyewitness to her trial and execution.

It is thought that Anne avoided criticising Henry to save Elizabeth and her family from further consequences, but even under such extreme pressure Anne did not confess guilt, and indeed subtly implied her innocence, in her appeal to those who might "meddle of my cause".

The ermine mantle was removed and Anne lifted off her headdress, tucking her hair under a coif. The execution consisted of a single stroke.

Most of the King's Council were also present. He made no serious attempt to save Anne's life, although some sources record that he had prepared her for death by hearing her last private confession of sins, in which she had stated her innocence before God.

She was then buried in an unmarked grave in the Chapel of St Peter ad Vincula. Her skeleton was identified during renovations of the chapel in , in the reign of Queen Victoria , and Anne's grave is now identified on the marble floor.

Nicholas Sander , a Catholic recusant born c. In his De Origine ac Progressu schismatis Anglicani The Rise and Growth of the Anglican Schism , published in , he was the first to write that Anne had six fingers on her right hand.

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