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Six Tudor Queens- Anna of Kleve by Alison Weir

Anna was hoping for that too. In justness, Henry should compensate her for the loss of the crown she had never yet worn.

She wrote to him that evening. She assured him she was amenable to Convocation examining the validity of their marriage, although she had no doubt that it was lawful. Yet, should the bishops decide otherwise, she hoped his Grace would look kindly on her. She sent it to court by the last tide.

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Author:Alison Weir , Date: June 7, 2019

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Author:Alison Weir

Language: eng

Format: mobi

Publisher: Random House Publishing Group

Published: 2019-05-14T00:00:00+00:00
Anna was hoping for that too. In justness, Henry should compensate her for the loss of the crown she had never yet worn.

She wrote to him that evening. She assured him she was amenable to Convocation examining the validity of their marriage, although she had no doubt that it was lawful. Yet, should the bishops decide otherwise, she hoped his Grace would look kindly on her. She sent it to court by the last tide.

* * *

The next morning, there arrived a letter from the Council: she must cease sending messages to the King.

It reduced her to tears. When Harst arrived from Whitehall, she cut him off before he could speak. “Read this.” She swallowed, trying to compose herself. “There is more.”

Harst read aloud: “ ‘The envoys of Cleves have not kept their promise to produce proof of the annulment of the betrothal between the Lady Anna and the Duke of Lorraine’s son. On the contrary, they have sent such documentation as puts the matter in much more doubt, and thus it appears plainly that the King’s marriage cannot be in any way validated.’ Madam, this is appalling! They are muzzling you when you have most cause to speak out in your defense.”

“There are those in Kleve who are to blame as well.” Anna would not mention names, for if fault there was, surely it was her father’s, or his advisers’. “Had my betrothal been properly broken, with written authority, I would not now be in this peril.”

“You are not in peril, Madam,” Harst reassured her.

“I might have angered the King; is that not peril enough? What can I do from now on but show myself conformable? I shall write to the Council, assure them of my good intentions, and say I mean never to deviate from my resolve to please his Majesty.”

“Do nothing yet, Madam, I beg you,” Harst remonstrated. “I think it will all be resolved soon. Yesterday, the bishops convened in Westminster Abbey, with Archbishop Cranmer presiding. I heard they were taking depositions from witnesses, on oath.”

“Ah. No doubt my ladies have been busy!” Anna gave a mirthless laugh. “I shall take your advice, my good friend.”

She left Harst to finish his ale before he returned to Whitehall, and wandered into her privy chamber, where her maids were playing cards. She poured herself a large goblet of wine—never had she so needed the courage it gave her—and sipped it gratefully. She sat down and picked up her embroidery tambour, trying not to think about what those witnesses might be saying. Would they claim the King had never wanted her? Would it all be written down for posterity to read?

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