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The law forbidding citizens to criticize Henry VIII’s marriage to Anne Boleyn has just been repealed in Ireland what a time to be alive. time at last to achieve my long-held dream of flying to Ireland and shouting ‘HONESTLY YOU COULD’VE DONE BETTER, ANNE’ http://www.irishtimes.com/news/politics/state-repeals-almost-6-000-obsolete-laws-1.2282480
"On this site stood the Tudor Palace of Greenwich, built by King Henry VII, and birthplace of King Henry VIII in 1491, and his daughters Queen Mary I  in 1516 and Queen Elizabeth I in 1533".
The Tudors  Wish this show were still on :( I guess if henry could have just had a few more wives.... LOL
Mary Queen of Scots: 1542-1587; Mary, Queen of Scots was queen regnant of Scotland and queen consort of France. In 1567, she was forced to abdicate in favour of her 1 year old son. She sought the protection of her first cousin Queen Elizabeth I. Mary was considered the legitimate queen of England by many English Catholics. Thinking her a threat, Elizabeth had her confined in the interior of England. After 18 ½ years, Mary was found guilty of plotting to assassinate Elizabeth, and was…
Film portrays of Anne Boleyn: Natalie Dormer (a descendant of Jane Dormer, one of "Bloody" Mary's attendants) as Anne in "The Tudors."
Full length color image of Cardinal Wolsey aka. Lord Chancellor, by George Stuart.
Anne Boleyn Pearl Tiara - a handmade replica of the pearl tiara worn by Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn in “The Tudors”
Anne Boleyn, 19th Century Etching
She looks so happy here. Even though he would always feel very jealous and sad seeing her up on the throne next to Henry, moments like this would ease his pain. She looks so happy and excited, and while he would like to have caused these emotions himself, he wouldn't be able to help but smile regardless. He would very much wish to be in Henry's spot right now. The red looks beautiful and festive on her, which only adds to her magnetism, and her hair is in his favorite style, elegant and…