The Other Boleyn Girl - Autumn 1533 Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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Anne has forced little Princess Mary to be present during the birth of the new child, who will replace the princess as heir to the throne.

Anne, naturally, is having a dramatic labor. The baby is a girl, much to the great disappointment of Anne and the entire Howard and Boleyn family.

King Henry, however disappointed, is more gracious than all of them and welcomes his new little daughter. Mary is distressed because she cannot be free of Anne until another child comes along.

Both the new baby princess, Elizabeth, and Katherine's daughter, the young Princess Mary, are sent away to live in a royal nursery with a family aunt. Anne wants Princess Mary to wait on little Elizabeth like a servant.

When it is time for Mary to go to Hever to see her children, Anne informs her that she has arranged for little Henry to...

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