A sketch of Anne Boleyn. Holbein's portraits of her may have been destroyed by Henry VIII

A sketch of Anne Boleyn. Holbein's portraits of her may have been destroyed by Henry VIII. Anne Bullen (Boleyn) Mistress and wife of Henry VIIII. They had two stillborn children and a daughter Elizabeth I

Letter written by a young Anne Boleyn to her father, in archaic French, signed "Anna da Boullan".

Letter written by a young Anne Boleyn to her father, in archaic French, signed "Anna da Boullan". Believed to have been written around when Anne was in the household of Archduchess Margaret of Austria, in Mechelen Palace Belgium.

Anne Boleyn medal made during her pregnancy with Elizabeth.

Reconstruction of Anne Boleyn's 'Moost Happi' portrait medal, by Lucy Churchill

Anne Boleyn's final words. Her eloquent, brave speech moves me to tears whenever I read it & listening/watching Natalie Dormer deliver Anne's speech never fails to make sob. Queen Anne was a remarkable young woman & a courageous, cunning queen.

Her eloquent, brave speech moves me to tears whenever I read it listening/watching Natalie Dormer deliver Anne's speech never fails to make sob. Queen Anne was a remarkable young woman and a courageous, cunning queen.

These famous love letters from King Henry VIII to Anne Boleyn are undated.  They were found in the Vatican Library, possibly stolen from Anne and sent to the papacy during Henry VIII's struggle for an annulment of his marriage to Katharine of Aragon.  Anne's replies to these letters are lost. The letters were written in French.

Love letters of Henry VIII & Anne Boylen; This little packet is filled with copies of the love letters.

Anne Boleyn’s last secret Why was the queen executed with a sword, rather than an axe?   An interesting theory

Anne Boleyn’s last secret Why was the queen executed with a sword, rather than an axe? Because the Sword was sharper than an Axe so beheading her quicker. Henry's last kindness?

Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn arms in Discover Greenwichpicnik by Matt From London via Flickr

The arms of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn in an original Tudor window at Greenwich Palace.

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