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18th Century Female at a Royal Court. Anne Boleyn from the BBC America production, The Tudors. Queen Anne has very pale skin with a rosie lip and cheek.

Century Female at a Royal Court. Anne Boleyn from the BBC America production, The Tudors. Queen Anne has very pale skin with a rosie lip and cheek.

Anne of the Thousand Days (1969)  Anne Boleyn - brown "Power" Gown. Love this gown.

Anne of the Thousand Days Anne Boleyn - brown "Power" Gown. One of my faves in close detail.

Anne Boleyn

Anne Boleyn: witch, bitch, temptress, feminist

The life and execution of Anne Boleyn, Queen of England from 1533 to 1536 as the second wife of King Henry VIII.

Anne Boleyn and Percy. Pretty yellow dress.

Anne and Henry Percy meeting in the garden at Hever Castle. Anne Of The Thousand Days

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Queen Anne Boleyn Second wife of King Henry Mother of Queen Elizabeth I. When Anne moved from the French court to the English court she was admired by many courtiers including King Henry. Henry asked Anne to be his mistress, but s

Image of A new 'lost' portrait of Anne Boleyn?

Alison Weir believes that a engraving on an internet shopping site could be a 'lost' portrait of Anne Boleyn, Queen of England (above)

Elizabeth, or Bessie, Blount is commonly known in Tudor circles for being the first known mistress of King Henry VIII of England (1491-1547). This article sets out plausible evidence that the above…

A Portrait of Bessie Blount (c.1500-1539?)

Tudor Faces: Two New Faces: the Hornebolte Portraits of Mary and Thomas Boleyn?

Henry VIII by Lucas Horenbout (or Hornbolt), Royal Collection. Page to writings of Henry VIII, letters to Anne included

Anne Boleyn - Natalie Portman - The Other Boleyn Girl

Anne Boleyn (Natalie Portman) in "The Other Boleyn Girl". Costumers for the film clothed the actress in cool colors to underscore Anne's more studied habits and actions, a direct contrast to the warm colors and open personality of her sister Mary.

Henry VIII & His 6 Wives 1972-Anne Boleyn - played by Charlotte Rampling

Charlotte Rampling - "Henry VIII and his Six Wives" - Costume designer : John Bloomfield

The Jewel Anne Boleyn sent to King Henry VIII depicting a woman on a ship in a storm tossed sea signifying that she was willing to brave the tempest with Henry and he was the diamond guiding the ship as her protector.

The Ship trinket Anne Boleyn sends Henry from "The Tudors" a show full of fabulour jewellry

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