Anne Boleyn

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the second wife of Henry VIII and mother of Elizabeth I

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Playing Anne Bullen will be a University of Oregon student, Ekongkar Khalsa.
During a 1.4 dance to the tune of "Greensleeves," the young, handsome, masked Henry met and wooed Anne Bullen ("the fairest hand I ever touched!") and during 2.4 he confidently stood upstage as a religious procession bearing crucifixes entered the court and knelt before him.
1998: Foreign Secretary Robin Cook was at the centre of another row when he used a Brussels press conference to criticise his sacked diary secretary Anne Bullen.
Cook conveniently forgot the truth again over the sacking of his diary secretary, Anne Bullen.
SACKING diary secretary Anne Bullen, amid claims he wanted Gaynor to replace her.
The Foreign Secretary, questioned on the dismissal of Anne Bullen - the former diary secretary, said: "She was appointed by totally exceptional methods by Order in Council.
His public denunciation of his former diary secretary Anne Bullen and a series of bungles have tarnished his reputation as one of Labour's top operators.
He can be blamed for attacking Anne Bullen at an international press conference knowing that her contract prevented her from defending herself.
We were also first with Anne Bullen's story of how Foreign Secretary Robin Cook sacked her to make way for his lover Gaynor Regan.
It is BECAUSE Robin Cook is Foreign Secretary and BECAUSE he has lectured us about `ethical' policies, that his handling of his adulterous affair with Gaynor Regan and his sacking of Anne Bullen are of public interest.
Foreign Secretary Robin Cook was yesterday accused of a "scandalous abuse of ministerial power" over the dismissal of Anne Bullen as his diary secretary.
Mr Cook's political future is in the balance after revelations that he fired diary secretary Anne Bullen and considered replacing her with his mistress.
But in his absence, the Tories were turning their guns on him over his decision to dismiss diary secretary Anne Bullen and consider putting mistress Gaynor Regan in the post.
The huge turnout came in a debate into Mr Cook's moves to sack secretary Anne Bullen and hire his lover Gaynor Regan.
Mr Oliver Letwin, Conservative MP for Dorset West, is opening a halour, lunchtime debate on the circumstances under which Anne Bullen ceased to work as diary secretary at the Foreign Office after the General Election.