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15th January has two very important “on this day in Tudor history” events.
On 15th January 1535, King Henry VIII proclaimed that he was now Supreme Head of the Church of England. This followed the passing of the Act of Supremacy in November 1534. Click here to read more about this.
Twenty-four years later, on 15th January 1559, Henry’s second daughter, Elizabeth, was crowned Queen Elizabeth I at Westminster Abbey.
Here is my “on this day in Tudor history” video about Elizabeth I’s coronation:
Just a quick post to let you know that Philippa has just taken another booking so there are only 7 spaces left on this year’s Anne Boleyn Experience tour.
You can secure your place with a deposit on the tour page – click here.
I am quite literally counting the days to this year’s tour (118 days!) as I can’t wait to be back at Hever Castle and to be talking Tudor with people who love Anne Boleyn and all things Tudor as much as I do. It’s also a real pinch-me moment and an absolute honour to talk about Queen Anne Boleyn at her home. I do get rather choked (note: pack tissues)!
Here are some details about the tour if you have missed my previous posts about it.
Dates: 12-16 May 2019
Location: Stay in luxury accommodation in the private Astor Wing of Hever Castle
Stay at Anne Boleyn’s home for the duration of this 4 night Anne Boleyn Experience tour focusing on the life and death of Queen Anne Boleyn, second wife of King Henry VIII and including a visit to the site of her execution.
As I like to have fun jugglings lots of things (as long as they’re Tudor related!), I have challenged myself to record an “on this day in Tudor history” video every day in 2019. I’m probably mad, and I may end up doing them in my pyjamas when I’m under the weather, but I thought […]
As you know, I co-lead history tours with Philippa Lacey Brewell of British History Tours. This year, we are running the Anne Boleyn Experience (an Anne Boleyn focused tour based at Hever Castle – yay!) in May 2019 and the Executed Queens Tour (Anne Boleyn, Catherine Howard, Lady Jane Grey and Mary, Queen of Scots) […]
I just wanted to wish Anne Boleyn Files followers a very Happy New Year! May 2019 bring you love, joy, peace and prosperity, and lots of Tudor history too. New Year is when I reflect on what I did over the previous year and look forward to everything I have planned for the next. Well, […]
Sarah Morris, co-author of In the Footsteps of Anne Boleyn and In the Footsteps of the Six Wives of Henry VIII, and owner of The Tudor Travel Guide Facebook page emailed me with this update on the Anne of Cleves heraldic panels which she helped to identify back in 2015. It’s worrying news, but there’s […]
Tim and I just wanted to wish all Anne Boleyn Files followers a very Merry Christmas with this little video message (see below). By the way, if you’re having withdrawal symptoms from the Anne Boleyn Files Advent Calendar, you can revisit the days all over again at www.theanneboleynfiles.com/advent2018/. I do hope you enjoyed the Tudor […]
Sadly, it’s the final day of our Anne Boleyn Files Advent Calendar. I have one last Tudor treat for you, and it’s a yummy one. I do hope you’ve enjoyed the Advent Calendar. Do feel free to use it to get your Tudor ‘fix’ over Christmas by visiting days you’ve missed or by doing it […]