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French portrait of Queen Anne Boleyn.   A version of Anne's official portrait, which has been lost/destroyed. It might even have been painted by Holbein. The best known variation is the Elizabethan portrait in London's National Portrait Gallery.

French portrait of Queen Anne Boleyn. A version of Anne's official portrait, which has been lost/destroyed. It might even have been painted by Holbein. The best known variation is the Elizabethan portrait in London's National Portrait Gallery.

The noble tryumphaunt coronacyon of quene Anne/ wyfe unto the noble kynge Henry viii

The noble tryumphaunt coronacyon of quene Anne/ wyfe unto the noble kynge Henry viii

Queen Anne was given some of Katherine's houses and other possessions. One of these was Baynard's Castle. This was where Katherine had given birth at the time Elizabeth Blount was discovered to be pregnant by the King. It says something for her devastating grief at the death of what was to be her last child, since everything was left still there which had been used for the birth and Katherine's recovery. It is all in the inventory made after her death.

Queen Anne was given some of Katherine's houses and other possessions. One of these was Baynard's Castle. This was where Katherine had given birth at the time Elizabeth Blount was discovered to be pregnant by the King. It says something for her devastating grief at the death of what was to be her last child, since everything was left still there which had been used for the birth and Katherine's recovery. It is all in the inventory made after her death.

Henry VIII, Anne Boleyn and Katherine of Aragon. Anne is portrayed as young mistress.

Henry VIII, Anne Boleyn and Katherine of Aragon. Anne is portrayed as young mistress.

24 June 1509 – Coronation of Henry VIII & Catherine of Aragon | Henry VIII & his new bride were crowned King & Queen at Westminster Abbey on Midsummer’s Day 1509. Henry decided he & his Queen would have a joint coronation & this was to be their big event rather than their wedding which was a rather low key & private affair at Greenwich Palace. There is no denying that their coronation was a lavish & very public event, followed by a special tournament & two days of merriment, jousting…

24 June 1509 – Coronation of Henry VIII & Catherine of Aragon | Henry VIII & his new bride were crowned King & Queen at Westminster Abbey on Midsummer’s Day 1509. Henry decided he & his Queen would have a joint coronation & this was to be their big event rather than their wedding which was a rather low key & private affair at Greenwich Palace. There is no denying that their coronation was a lavish & very public event, followed by a special tournament & two days of merriment, jousting…

Page 1 of Anne Boleyn's Letter to King Henry VIII from the Tower of London, 6 May 1536.

Page 1 of Anne Boleyn's Letter to King Henry VIII from the Tower of London, 6 May 1536.

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