Anne Boleyn Fridge Magnet Set of 3 Tudor Dynasty 2nd Wife of Henry VIII

Fridge magnets picture English queen consort Anne Boleyn
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Anne Boleyn is considered to have been England's most influential queen consort. She played a key role by first eliminating Henry's papal adviser, Cardinal Wolsey, then persuading Henry to listen to such anti-Rome advisers as William Tyndale, Thomas Cranmer and Thomas Cromwell.

This trio of refrigerator magnets feature English Queen Consort Anne Boleyn.

Anne Boleyn (c1501-1536) was the 2nd wife of English King Henry VIII and mother of Queen Elizabeth I.

Henry became besotted with Anne in 1525. His passion was enhanced by his failure to produce an heir with his first wife, Catherine of Aragon, and in 1527 he applied to the church for annulment. The church refused and the pair did not marry until 1532. Despite their long wait, Henry continued his philandering, and the only pregnancy Anne was able to carry to term was Elizabeth in 1533. By 1536 Henry had selected a new spousal candidate, Jane Seymour, and his ministers trumped up charges against Anne that resulted in her beheading.

Anne is considered to have been England's most influential queen consort. Henry's determination to shed himself of Catherine in favor of Anne, in defiance of the Pope, triggered the English Reformation and England's break with the Roman Catholic Church. Anne played a key role by first eliminating Henry's papal adviser, Cardinal Wolsey, then persuading Henry to listen to such anti-Rome advisers as William Tyndale, Thomas Cranmer and Thomas Cromwell.

Dozens of books and films have portrayed Anne Boleyn, reflecting her position as one of the most interesting ladies in English history.

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