The Fall of Anne Boleyn – 28 April 1536 – Council meetings, experts being consulted, the Lady Mary being given hope… Suspicious goings on

On 28th April 1536, just four days before Queen Anne Boleyn’s arrest, it was clear that something was going on at the Tudor court. The king’s council was tied up in long meetings, Cromwell was consulting an expert on canon law, and Henry VIII’s eldest daughter, Mary, was being told “to be of good cheer” because things were going to get better…

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