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  1. Henry VIII wrote Anne Boleyn a collection of love letters which still survive today because they are in the Vatican Library. How they ended up there, we just don’t know, but the most likely explanation is that they were stolen from Anne Boleyn to provide evidence of her relationship with the King. Unfortunately, we do not have Anne’s replies but ...

  2. 01/12/2010 · The original of Letter 5. We do not know exactly how Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn’s relationship began but Henry’s letters to Anne, written in 1527 and 1528, offer us a unique insight into their relationship and although we do not have Anne’s replies we can guess the content from Henry’s letters. There is some debate regarding the exact order that ...

  3. 06/02/2015 · These famous love letters from King Henry VIII to Anne Boleyn are undated. They were found in the Vatican Library, possibly stolen from Anne and sent to the papacy during Henry VIII’s struggle for an annulment of his marriage to Katharine of Aragon. Though Henry argued for an annulment on the basis of his conscience (he stated that the marriage was ...

  4. We are incredibly fortunate to have a peak into the early days of their relationship by way of seventeen hand-written love letters by Henry VIII to Anne from 1527 to 1528. These letters were discovered in the Vatican Library and how they got there no one exactly knows. The most prominent theory is that they were stolen from Anne and safeguarded at the Vatican to use as evidence in the divorce trial of Catherine of Aragon and Henry VIII. Unfortunately, no letters from Anne to Henry have survived.

  5. 07/02/2021 · Henry VIII to Anne Boleyn. Written July, 1527. “Aut illic, aut nullibi.” Either there, or nowhere. The signature means “H. seeks no other (heart). R.” Henry VIII to Anne Boleyn. This letter was...