Here are some famous quotes about Queen Anne Boleyn…
The very ink of history is written with fluid prejudice
No English Queen has made more impact on the history of the nation than Anne Boleyn, and few have been so persistently maligned.
Though God cannot alter the past, historians can.
I have never had better opinions of woman than I had of her.
For her behaviour, manners, attire and tongue she excelled them all.
Her excellent grace and behaviour
She (Anne) knew perfectly how to sing and dance…to play the lute and other instruments.
Imbued with as many outward good qualities in playing on instruments, singing, and such other courtly graces, as few women were of her time.
I find her so bright and pleasant for her young age that I am more beholden to you for sending her to me than you are to me.
He’s marrying the perfect wife for him [Jane Seymour], and he’s learned that he doesn’t need an Anne Boleyn – another partner in crime to help him take over the world. He just needs a wonderful, supportive wife to take care of him when he comes home from a hard day beheading people.
I will not give them up to a person who is the scandal of Christendom and a disgrace to you.
The King’s Grace is ruled by one common stewed whore, Anne Boleyn, who makes all the spirituality to be beggared, and the temporality also.
Your Majesty must root out the Lady and her adherents…. This accursed Anne has her foot in the stirrup, and will do the Queen and the Princess all the harm she can. She has boasted that she will make the Princess her lady-in-waiting, or marry her to some varlet.
If it be true that is openly reported of the Queen’s Grace… I am in such perplexity that my mind is clean amazed; for I never had better opinion in woman than I had in her; which maketh me to think that she should not be culpable… Next to Your Grace, I was most bound to her of all creatures living… I wish and pray for her that she may declare herself inculpable and innocent… I loved her not a little for the love which I judged her to bear towards God and His Gospel.
It was not a coalition of factions that brought down Anne but Henry’s disaffection caused by her miscarriage of a defective child, the one act, besides adultery, that would certainly destroy his trust in her.
She who has been the Queen of England on earth will today become a Queen in Heaven.