her passing it is said that Henry remarked
“God be praised that we are free from all suspicion of war!”
That same day, according to Eustace Chapuys
“the King was clad all over in yellow, from top to toe, except the white feather he had in his bonnet, and the little bastard was conducted to mass with trumpets and other great triumphs.”
Historians are unsure if Anne wore yellow, as depicted in the image, but Edward Hall writes
“Quene Anne ware yelowe for the mournyng.”
I wonder if this is just another ploy to blacken Anne's name?
Image: Attributed to Arthur Hopkins