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28 May 1533 – Henry VIII’s Marriage to Anne Boleyn is Proclaimed to be Valid

| May 28, 2013

28 May 1533 – Henry VIII’s Marriage to Anne Boleyn is Proclaimed to be Valid

On 28th May 1533, five days after the special court at Dunstable Priory had declared Henry VIII’s marriage to Catherine of Aragon invalid, Archbishop Thomas Cranmer proclaimed the validity of Henry VIII’s marriage to Anne Boleyn after a special enquiry at Lambeth Palace. The proclamation was just in time for Anne Boleyn’s coronation pageantry, which […]

Did Henry VIII Commit Bigamy When He Married Anne Boleyn?

| April 8, 2011

Did Henry VIII Commit Bigamy When He Married Anne Boleyn?

I’ve been inspired to write this post today by two long, and at times rather heated, debates on The Anne Boleyn Files forum regarding Henry VIII being a bigamist and also Anne Boleyn being a homewrecker. Nikki from Texas got the ball rolling on the bigamy topic by pointing out that Henry VIII married a […]