The Queen's Mistress (GirlxGirl)

The Queen's Mistress (GirlxGirl)

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JustActNormal By JustActNormal Updated Nov 20, 2016

Anne Boleyn Queen of England, we only really hear the bad things about her, so we believe her to be the evil queen who took the thrown from Catherine. But what if there is more to Anne then people know? She was once just a daughter of an Earl, she had no real chance of becoming queen yet she caused King Henry to fall for her charms and take her as his Queen. Many see this act as malicious, and yes maybe it is but it also shows how powerful our dear Anne is, and how she can become Queen from being the simple daughter of an Earl. 
Have you ever wondered what kind of relationship Anne Boleyn had with the women who would destroy her and strip her of her crown, this women was Jane Seymour. They had never spoken a word until Jane was sent to court and became one of the Queen's ladies. What if there was something more between them, something the history books don't tell us?... 


This is not historically correct, the idea just sprung to me and I thought I might just do it! 
If you have a problem you can just STOP and read something else! Anyways read on if you're interested I hope you like it!

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  • girlxgirl
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iamkatjk iamkatjk Jun 21, 2016
Just a note, her father was just a knight, but was made an Earl by Henry VIII, because of Anne.
                              
                              Oh, and, by the way, fun fact- Henry VIII also made Anne the Marquess of Pembroke in her own right, before he married her.
tashjupp7 tashjupp7 Aug 12, 2015
You have an idea  and an impression of Anne Bolyne,  now we need to know a little more about her.  For example, which baby is she expecting?  * Tash
tashjupp7 tashjupp7 Jun 02, 2015
I think there was quite a lot in the background of Anne Bolyne and Jane Seymour not mentioned by the history books.  One being I think Jane Seymour was a coniving little wretch who had every intention of becoming Queen.  Neither was she as young as is always inferred.