Different end of Anne Boleyn's story
What if Henry VIII had children with his six wives but Anne Boleyn was his mistress during his last four marriages? Anne Boleyn gave Henry VIII five sons and one daughter during their short marriage. Henry divorced her to marry Jane but after only few months he realized he still loves Marquess of Pembroke. When he married Anne of Cleves, Anne married Charles Brandon. When he married Katherine Howard, Anne married James V of Scotland. When he married Catherine Parr, Anne married Francis I of France. But when Catherine dies in her second childbirth and Francis dies of heart attack, will Henry and Anne find way to each other again? But this time forever?
Anne is his mistress between his marriages (which is few years) and at the end of them, witnessing every other queen's demise, Jane and Catherine's in childbirths, Ann's by divorce and Katherine's by execution.
While Mary Tudor was a servant at Hatfield manor, she started affair with George Boleyn (but they never had sex), not knowing his identity, of course. But when she found out and became Princess Royal by singing The Oath, she accused George of raping her. When Henry found out that she was lying, he gave her a fitting punishment - marry George who still loves her.
Charles Brandon falls in love with Anne when she is still married to Henry.
A marriage is arranged for Marie Boleyn and William Compton. Will it be a happy one?
Also, late Prince Arthur of Wales and Dowager Princess Catherine of Aragon had five children before Arthur died and Catherine married Henry. But now, with the support of Holy Roman Emperor, they want what belongs to them - the English throne.
Love. Drama. Passion. Betrayal. All in 16th century Europe.