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Four months later, his Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Cranmer declear Henry's marriage to Catherine no and aboselutely void and pronounced his marriage to end good law full. Marry was 17 years old.

Therefore Merry was elligentiment(?). Suddenly this child has been treated like the special girl around. She is told that she had to save from now on she is a busterd.

Liker her mother, Marry refused to accept this decry(?). The bomb between mother and daughter became stronger. They totally dedicated to the traditional form of Catholicism that Herry had abolished.

Rittle the century, Marry's life was a drama. It's called the mess. It's a drama of light, colour and lightening music and the heart virtue make god a table like Britain ... And for Marry that was absolutely cent...

When Catherine's health began to deteriorate, Marry was bannished from her room. Catherine died in 1536 without seeing her daughter again. Marry finnally sent her father's active ... in the same year. But she didn't hide her hatred ...

If Marry push aside by ... this unbeliveble ... about that, she will regoted some as her mother ... as ...always was, called ... which is the whore.

She is very ... very difficult. I mean that comes out very clearly in the conflit with her father and her relationship with ... What she say is what you get, and pretty rough too when she is at that mood.

Now in ... twenties, the constant psychological strain began to take its toll on Marry's health.

In ...normal stress, for her, I mean she has mental problems anyway. Almost from the word go when they get very much worse.

A disfavour with her father, let Marry to live in fear in her life.

Ther are rumours in 1534 and 1535 of Marry's execution. The rumors are circulating among the ambassadars and among Marry's supporters that work. So Marry had profound fear of being poisoned. And this fear never released her.

Marry's fragil phisical and mental state took further bloom when Henry finally had a child with his forth wife Jane ... in 1537.
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Anne Boley

安妮的名字应该是Anne Boley吧?

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Four months later, his archbishop of  Canterbury Thomas Cranmer declared Henry's marriage to Catherine null and absolutely void and pronounced his marriage to Ann good and lawful. Mary was 17 years old.

“Therefore Mary was illegitimate, suddenly this child who's been treated like the most special girl around is told that she has to say, from now on, she is a bastard.”

Like her mother, Mary refused to accept this decree. The bond between mother and daughter became stronger. They were totally dedicated to the traditional form of Catholicism that Henry had abolished.

“Right at the centre of, Mary's life was a drama, it's called the mass. It's a drama of light and color and latin and music and at the heart of it, you make God on a table out of bread and wine, and for Mary that was absolutely central.”

When Catherine's health began to deteriorate, Mary was banished from her room. Catherine died in 1536 without ever seeing her daughter again. Mary finally signed her father's active succession in the same year. But she didn't hide her hatred of Ann Boleyn.

“I think Mary is pushed aside by Ann Boleyn, there is no doubt about that, she would have regarded as her mother regarded Ann Boleyn as what the Spanish ambassador always calls Ann Boleyn, which is, the whore.”

“She is very obstinate very difficult. I mean that comes out very clearly in her conflict with her father and her relations with Ann Boleyn. What you see is what you get and pretty rough it is too when she's in that mood.”

Now in her early 20s, the constant psychological strain began to take its toll on Mary's health.

“It's a period of enormous stress for her, I mean she has menstrual problems anyway almost from the word go, and they get very much worse.”

Her disfavor with her father led Mary to live in fear of her life.

“There are rumors in 1534 and 1535 of Mary's execution. The rumor is circulating amongst the ambassadors and amongst Mary's support network, a court , certainly, Mary has profound fear of being poisoned, and this fear never really leaves her.

Mary's fragile physical and mental state took a further blow when Henry finally had a child with his fourth wife Jane Seymour in1537.
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four months later, his archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Cranmer declared Henry's marriage
to Catherine null and absolutely void and pronounced his marriage to Ann good and lawful,
Mary was 17 years old.

therefore, Mary was illegitimate, suddenly this child who'd been treated like the most
special girl around is told that she has to say from now on she is a bastard.

like her mother, Mary refused to accept this decree, the  bond between mother and
daughter became stronger, they would totally dedicate it to the traditional form of
catholicism that henry had abolished.

right at the center of Mary's life was a drama, it is called the mass, it's a drama
of light and color and latin and music, and at the heart of it you make God on a
table out of bread and wine, and to Mary that was absolutely central.

when Catherine's health began to deteriorate, Mary was banished from her room, Catherine
died in 1536 without ever seeing her daughter again. Mary finally signed her father's
active succession in the same year, but she didn't hide her hatred of Ann Boleyn.

I think Mary is pushed aside by Ann Boleyn, there is no doubt about that, she would
have regarded as her mother regarded Ann Boleyn as what the Spanish ambassador always
calls Ann Boleyn which is "the whore"

she is very obstinate, very difficult, I mean that comes out very clearly in her
conflict with her father and in her relation with Ann Boleyn, what you see and
what you get and pretty rough it is too when she's in that mood.

Now in her earily 20s, the constant psychological strain began to take it toll on
Mary's health.

it's appeared of enormous stress for her, I mean, she has menstrual problems anyway,
almost the world go and they get very much worse.

her disfavour with her father led Mary to live in fear of her life.

there were rumors in 1534 and 1535 of Mary's execution. the rumors are circulating
amonst the ambassadors and amonst Mary's support network, a court, Certainly Mary
has a profound fear of being poisoned, and this fear never really leaves her.

Mary's fragile physical and mental state took a further blow when Henry finally had
a child with his fourth wife, Jane seymour, in 1537
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