But against this is Anne’s greatest distinctiveness, something she shares with only one other English queen: she married for love. Her relationship with Henry was deeply personal in a way kings had risked only once before, and never did again until the twentieth century.

The Life and Death of Anne Boleyn - Eric Ives (via fragmentedvisions)
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sassygaymalec:

kaciart:

iwillincendiotheheartoutofyou:

Some people think the the British obsession with tea is a false stereotype but let me tell you that one time my mum and I had a massive argument and she made me some tea as a peace offering and I poured it down the sink and made my own cup

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sounds more like the american revolution if you ask me

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