Her father, John, Duke of Cleves, was not a Protestant prince. He was a Catholic all his life. Her brother William (not her brother-in-law) suggested that Holbein should paint her portrait. There are various portraits of her, all showing similar features, which suggests that Holbein's painting was realistic, not a "flattering result". She died in the reign of Queen Mary (not Elizabeth), who provided a magnificent funeral for her, but much of it was at Anne's expense. Anne has had "a bad press", and it is time to redress the balance.
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