I just love toying with ideas of what if, but what do you think would have happened if Anne had indeed produced a son? What may he have looked like? How would the whole course of history change? And what of Jane Seymour, just another mistress? Thanks for listening!

I love "what ifs" too! I think that Anne would have been secure as Queen if she'd had a surviving son but I think that Henry would have carried on having mistresses, particularly when Anne was pregnant. Jane Seymour would have been in a long list of mistresses and although Henry, being a romantic, may have fell in love with her or another woman, he would not have replaced Anne.

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  1. TudorsRose says:

    I think if Anne would’ve given Henry a son, she would’ve never been charged with any crimes, nor would she have been executed. She would be remembered as Henrys most beloved wife. He may have still persued Jane Seymore, but only to have as a mistress, not his wife.
    Edward would’ve never been born. At least not legitamately. Mary & Elizabeth would’ve probably never became queens of England. Though missing out on such a great queen, as Elizabeth was is the only down side that I can see.

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