40 Facts About Anne Boleyn That May Help You Understand Her Better
During her imprisonment, Anne’s family was forbidden from seeing her.
Anne was kept in the same rooms in the Tower of London where she stayed during her coronation. During her imprisonment, her family was forbidden from seeing her. Her brother, Lord Rochford, was also being held under suspicion of adultery and incest. The once-revered Boleyn family was falling apart and being ostracized from the very society they were one a part of. Their daughter Anne was being held on charges of crimes against the King; Their son was being held on equally distressing charges. Anne routinely asked about her family during her imprisonment, particularly about her father and brother. She was afraid that her mother would be unable handle the stress.