queen anne of hungary

[W]hen Mary [of Hungary] heard that Henry had remarried again after Anne Boleyn’s execution, she wrote to her brother Ferdinand: ‘It is to be hoped, if one can hope anything from such a man, that if this one bores him he will find a better way of getting rid of her. I believe that most women would not appreciate it very much if this kind of habit becomes general, and with reason. […] I do after all belong to the female sex, so I shall also pray God that he may protect us from such perils.’
—  Sarah Gristwood, Game of Queens (pg. 188)