The Tudors revolve around the lives of King Henry VIII, Anne Boleyn and Catherine of Aragon. King Henry married Catherine, wife of his deceased brother, Arthur, from which he replaced the throne. But when Henry met Lady Anne Boleyn, he made it sure to dissolute his marriage with Catherine because he loves Lady Anne so much. Anne on the other hand, did not give herself to Henry unless she is sure that he will end his previous marriage.
Honestly, I find Henry quite a romantic. Although his ways are quite conniving and unfair for Queen Catherine, I still believe in the power of their love. I mean, why force a marriage when there aren't any feelings anymore? What if that someone was forced into something he didn't want in the first place? He screwed up, but its always up to a person to make things right again, with the right person, at the right time.
Anne Boleyn (played by Natalie Dormer) is a manupulative bitch with a heart
And you know what, I don't know a single game of chess, but I definitely know that the Queen will do everything to protect her King. And that is why Anne deserved her crown. :) Thinking of it, there are still manipulative and greedy kings and queens in our modern world. Take Blair Waldorf (Gossip Girl) as an example. She's so into ruling the Upper East Side by her wretched ways, but if you look at her doe-eyed persona, you just couldn't bear hate her. I have that feeling with Anne Boleyn. Or maybe its just that I can relate with the two.