I think that Mary Boleyn got on with her new life away from court and did not have anything to do with Elizabeth, probably a very wise idea. I don't think that she would have been prevented seeing Elizabeth though. Mary's daughter, Catherine Carey, was a maid of honour to Anne of Cleves and Catherine Howard and later became Chief Lady of the Bedchamber to Elizabeth I, so Mary did not prevent her children from going to court. In fact, Catherine became very close to her cousin Elizabeth I.


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  1. Ryan says:

    I wish Mary had of lived longer to see Elizabeth become queen also to see if she would of been invited back to court to rub it everyone’s faces

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