While the Pope still hopes that tide will turn Henry's England back to Rome's fold, Cromwell and Cranmer use a catalog of real, exaggerated and invented clerical abuses to close all religious houses and confiscate their immense wealth for Henry's treasury. The Boleyn family worries Anne's position is perilous without a son, but waits for Katherine' illness to prove fatal. Henry is prepared to ally himself with the emperor despite Anne. Hunting with duke Charles, Henry meets fellow France veteran John Seymour's enchanting daughter Jane.
Did You Know?
When Anne is having a party in her room, the Henry comes in and tells the musicians to play a Volte. The musicians actually play the piece "Como Poden Per Sas Culpas", written by King Alfonso X of Spain, out of a collection of songs in honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The reformer king and queen are actually dancing to a song in honor of a Catholic saint. See more
[Furiously standing up to her father, who tells her women shouldn't have opinions
I made the king fall in love with me! It was not you, nor George, nor any other man you can name. He fell in love with me, he respected me! And my opinions.
Version of The Tower of London
The Tudors End Credits
Written by Trevor Morris
Performed by Trevor Morris See more