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Unlike Queen Catherine before her, who knew of her husband's infidelity but was able to turn the other cheek, Anne was enraged by Henry's promiscuity and became increasingly jealous.

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England would never warm up to Queen Anne, however.

She would remain disliked, by and large, for the rest of her short life.

That same day, Anne was taken to the Tower Green in London, England, for her execution, by a French swordsman. Within 24 hours of Anne's execution, Henry VIII and Jane Seymour were formally wed.

There, on the scaffolds, she delivered a speech: "I am come hither to accuse no man, nor to speak anything of that, whereof I am accused and condemned to die, but I pray God save the king and send him long to reign over you, for a gentler nor a more merciful prince was there never: and to me he was ever a good, a gentle and sovereign lord," she said, adding, "I take my leave of the world and of you all, and I heartily desire you all to pray for me. The daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, Elizabeth I, would later emerge as one of England's most revered queens.

In his petition for annulment to the pope, he cited an excerpt from the Book of Leviticus stating that a man who takes his brother's wife shall remain childless, and claimed that he and Catherine (who was his brother's widow) would never have a son who survived infancy because their marriage was a condemnation in the eyes of God.

Following a six-year debate, during which time Henry and Anne had courted discreetly, Anne discovered that she was pregnant in early 1533.

Without the blessing of the pope, on January 25, 1533, Henry and Anne quickly married in a secret ceremony led by Thomas Cranmer, archbishop of Canterbury.

The following June, a lavish coronation ceremony was held in honor of the new queen.

What is known is that Anne's sister, Mary Boleyn, one of the king's mistresses, had introduced her to Henry VIII, and that the king wrote love letters to Anne circa 1525.

In one of the king's letters, he wrote: "If you ... I will take you for my only mistress, rejecting from thought and affection all others save yourself, to serve only you." Anne replied with rejection, however, explaining that she aimed to be married and not be a mistress: "Your wife I cannot be, both in respect of mine own unworthiness, and also because you have a queen already.

Anne Boleyn died on May 19, 1536, in London, England.

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