MAP: Ep 13b – St. Valentine’s Day Gift

Love is in the air today and lovers everywhere are affirming their love for each other. When it comes to great lovers of the Middle Ages their is none better than Henry VIII. After all he had six wives!!! Here is a collection of the love letters that Henry wrote to his first mistress Anne Boleyn. Can she be proud that she was the first mistress? And the first to lose her head, well I guess it was never lost, just separated from the rest of her body. But I am getting off track. There was a time when Henry was madly in love with Anne.

My Valentine’s gift to you, the listeners, is the eBook Love Letters of Henry Eighth To Anne Boleyn. I hope you enjoy it and thanks for supporting the Medieval Archives Podcast and Website.

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  1. ShaeJames says:

    Technically Anne Boleyn was not Henry’s first mistress. While there might have been some before her, it is generally agreed upon that his first mistress was Bessie Blount, with whom he fathered a son, Henry Fitzroy.