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Along with Francis Bryan, she was also giving advice to Jane on encouraging the King's interest in her and sustaining it to become something more permanent than a quick screw.
It seems though, it was Jane's apparent freshness and lack of sophistication that appealed to Henry VIII.
Anne had driven away from the court and the King, Henry VIII's wife Queen Katherine, his daughter Princess Mary, and his former mistresses, such as her own widowed sister Mary, Elizabeth Lady Tailboys, and new ones that the King fancied such as Catherine Parr.Now Anne was to find she had a new and a threatening rival: Jane Seymour. Jane Seymour's brother Edward Seymour, had been at the court since he was a boy.But at that time no one would have imagined him to ever to one day, reach a position to be ruling England.When retiring to a convent to give up her place as Queen to Anne Boleyn was suggested to Queen Katherine, she refused to even discuss it.Edward Seymour was known to be very gullible when it came to magic and sorcery. These were already known and used in the 16th century, by artists to get a more realistic picture, by astronomers to see an eclipse of the sun, and by showmen to show plays etc.