"I must be honest and franc, Father. Please, forgive me for anything I say, which may be unpleasing to hear of language sued which maybe uncalled for, and inappropriate. But I must be honest and speak the truth. I do not understand why the King, my husband Henry, treats me so unjust. Have I not been a good, true, loyal and loving wife? They try for I was married to Arthur, his brother. Yes but...we were so young, just children. We did not comprehend what we were do to in a marriage. We and no understanding... we never knew each other that way. I was so untouched when I went to the Kings bed, as if i had just been born as pure as I was when I came from my mother's womb! God took Arthur away from me. Yes... I loved him. But I loved him as a friend. He was no husband of mine. Yes, we were married by law, but not before God we had never consummated the marriage! Henry is my only husband, my one true husband in every seance of the word, and I am his wife. I do not know what to do, I am said to be lying, but I swear before God as my witness... I am the true Queen of England, untouched from every man but one!"