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31 May 1533 – Queen Anne Boleyn’s coronation procession

| May 31, 2019

31 May 1533 – Queen Anne Boleyn’s coronation procession

On this day in Tudor history, Saturday 31st May 1533, the eve of her coronation, a pregnant Queen Anne Boleyn, second wife of King Henry VIII, processed from the Tower of London, where she had been staying since her river procession on 29th May, to Westminster Hall. This coronation procession is one of those events […]

1 June 1533 – Queen Anne Boleyn is crowned at Westminster Abbey

| June 1, 2018

1 June 1533 – Queen Anne Boleyn is crowned at Westminster Abbey

On this day in history, 1st June 1533, Whit Sunday, a pregnant Anne Boleyn was crowned queen at Westminster Abbey by Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury. The royal couple had waited six years for this day and it must have been such a moment of triumph, but I can imagine it must also have been […]

31 May 1533 – A spectacular coronation procession for Queen Anne Boleyn

| May 31, 2017

On this day in history, 31st May 1533, a special procession took place through the streets of London: the coronation procession of Queen Anne Boleyn. It was the eve of Anne’s coronation and at 5pm the pregnant queen departed from the Tower of London to make her way to Westminster Hall. The procession included pageants, […]

29 May 1533 – Anne Boleyn’s coronation fun begins

| May 29, 2017

On this day in history, 29th May 1533, the day after Archbishop Cranmer had proclaimed that Henry VIII’s marriage to Anne Boleyn was valid, the celebrations for the new queen’s forthcoming coronation commenced. The celebrations would last for four days, from 29th May to the coronation ceremony and banquet on 1st June, Whitsun. These celebrations […]