Beware, Princess Elizabeth
As the daughter of King Henry the VIII and Anne Boleyn, the wife he had executed on false charges of adultery simply because she did not birth him a son, the young Princess Elizabeth was at various times pampered, scorned, or simply ignored by her father. She and her young half-brother Edward, the heir to the throne, were close. But Elizabeth and her half-sister Mary - daughter of the woman Henry divorced to marry Anne Boleyn - were barely civil to each ... Mary, Bloody Mary
As King Henry VIII divorces his wife Catherine of Aragon to marry Anne Boleyn, Mary (Catherine's daughter) is treated less and less like a princess and more like a common servant. As the rise of Anne stops with the birth of her daughter Elizabeth, Mary watches firsthand the fall of Anne and the rest of the Boleyns....
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