As a rich heiress, Elizabeth Sandys' person had been something that sought by many. After all, while holding her wardship, whoever did so had complete control of her lands and properties. Which many a man would be happy to take advantage of during her minority.
Eventually, through the intercession of the Queen, she had gone to none other than George Boleyn who petitioned to make her his wife six months after the annulment of his marriage to Jane Parker.
So, at fifteen, Elizabeth was a bride and by sixteen the mother of George Boleyn's first two legitimate sons: Thomas (for his father) and George (for hers). In all things had her life been fortunate for George was a loving husband and father who made time amongst his royal duties to be with them as much as he could.
For now though it was back to court with good news: she was pregnant again and maybe this time it would be the girl both she and George wanted.
The Most Happy