"In cutting her life so short and then ruthlessly disposing of the body of evidence of her "real" existence, Henry made it possible for her to live a hundred different lives, forever" - CreationofAnneBCaption

"In cutting her life so short and then ruthlessly disposing of the body of evidence of her "real" existence, Henry made it possible for her to live a hundred different lives, forever" - CreationofAnneBCaption

She looks so happy here. Even though he would always feel very jealous and sad seeing her up on the throne next to Henry, moments like this would ease his pain. She looks so happy and excited, and while he would like to have caused these emotions himself, he wouldn't be able to help but smile regardless. He would very much wish to be in Henry's spot right now. The red looks beautiful and festive on her, which only adds to her magnetism, and her hair is in his favorite style, elegant and…

She looks so happy here. Even though he would always feel very jealous and sad seeing her up on the throne next to Henry, moments like this would ease his pain. She looks so happy and excited, and while he would like to have caused these emotions himself, he wouldn't be able to help but smile regardless. He would very much wish to be in Henry's spot right now. The red looks beautiful and festive on her, which only adds to her magnetism, and her hair is in his favorite style, elegant and…

One of six portraits purported to be Mary Boleyn-Excerpt from Mary's letter to Cromwell, after her secret marriage to William Stafford 1534, and banishment from Court- 'Master secretary, after my poor recommendations, which are little to be regarded of me that am a poor banished creature, this shall be to desire you to be good to my poor husband and to me.'

One of six portraits purported to be Mary Boleyn-Excerpt from Mary's letter to Cromwell, after her secret marriage to William Stafford 1534, and banishment from Court- 'Master secretary, after my poor recommendations, which are little to be regarded of me that am a poor banished creature, this shall be to desire you to be good to my poor husband and to me.'

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.

Anne Boleyn, Queen of England - (c) National Trust, Petworth House; Supplied by The Public Catalogue Foundation

Anne Boleyn, Queen of England - (c) National Trust, Petworth House; Supplied by The Public Catalogue Foundation

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