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Anne Boleyn E-card

Posted By on May 17, 2012

Tudor e-cardI wanted to create a way of people being able to commemorate the anniversary of Anne Boleyn’s execution and it dawned on me when I was sending a birthday e-card the other day that my wonderful techie husband could perhaps create an Anne Boleyn e-card.

I begged and batted my eye-lids (works every time!) and Tim spent long hours (bless that man!) making an animated e-card featuring Anne Boleyn, the Tower of London and my account of Anne’s execution from my book on Anne’s fall. I hope that you like it and that you feel happy sending it to other Tudor history lovers or people you want to tell about Anne’s execution.

You can find it on The Fall of Anne Boleyn website – click here or you can click on the image. It’s completely free to send.

6 thoughts on “Anne Boleyn E-card”

  1. Baroness Von Reis says:

    How sad for all who were put to death,and Henrys best friend,Weston would sleep with the King in his chambers,is’nt that when men go off and cheat?? I no Weston never would do that to his KING.The e-card was really nice. THX Claire

  2. Linda Seddon says:

    Ann Boleyn has interested me since I was a young girl. I happened to check out a book at the school library which told her story. I have looked for this book ever since then. Don’t know the Author, or Title. It would have to be over 75 years old now because I am nearly that age. It was written more as a love story I think than any real thrust at historical data. But it appealed to me because I was young and in love too. I remember that …..Ann and Henry were in France at the Field Of The Cloth Of Gold. He had taken her for a horseback ride. She sat before him in the saddle; His arms around her; her head tucked into the curve of his neck. They were very much in love and their longing for each other was so strong that it could hardly be denied. They kissed. This is all I remember about their love story. And then what a SHOCK when their love became bitter and died. And Anne was sentenced to DIE on the block. I finished the book in tears. How could a person that young be executed. I was hooked on the story and since that time have read everything I can find about Anne Boelyn.

  3. MARIE says:

    IAM A FAN OF TUDORS HISTORY TODAY IS ANN BOLEYN DEATH DATES WHICH IS VERY INPORTANT FOR ENGAND I MYSELF BELIEVE SHE DIDNT HAVE A FAIR TRIAL WITH ALL THE READING I DONE BUT I WISH I WOULD KNOW THE REAL FACTS WHAT REALLY HAPPEN I FELT SHE NOT WANTED AS A QUEEN IN ENGLAND AND THEY FABRICATED ALOT OF LIES ABOUT HER TO GET RID OF HER BUT I BET JUSTICE WAS DONE DOES WHO WERE INVOLVE OF HER DEATH RIP ANN BOLEYN AFTHER ALL THIS TIME YOU ARE STILL REMEMBER

  4. Guy says:

    Great idea

  5. Susie Moloney says:

    The eCard doesn’t show for me!! I’m heartbroken. But I LOVE this site! I’m coming to London in August this year and will be doing a full Anne self-guided tour! On that note–has anyone here been to Hever Castle? Is it worth the trek? I understand Anne’s prayer books are there and on display, it might be worthwhile just for that. Thoughts? Anyone?

    1. Claire says:

      Hi Susie,
      I’m so sorry that the ecard isn’t showing for you, but it’s an old post from 2012.

      I’ve been to Hever many times and had the good fortune to stay there too and it’s well worth the trek from London. There are trains to Hever from London and then it’s lovely walk down country lanes from the station to the castle. Or you can get off the train at Edenbridge and get a taxi (book in advance). It’s a magical place and the gardens are beautiful. It’s also worth going to St Peter’s Church, which is on the green just outside the castle, as Thomas Boleyn’s tomb is topped with an exquisite brass memorial.

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