Of course, at this point in 1536, Anne had only been queen for a bit less than three years. Think about all that she went through with Henry in that short time - the annulment of the King's marriage to Katherine of Aragon, the breaking of England from Rome and the Catholic Church, the coronation of Anne that was so bitterly received by the English people, the disappointment of a baby girl as opposed to a prince, two miscarriages - (one which was especially grisly and disturbing for them), and an increased amount of arguments and disagreements about political and public issues. Over the course of these three years, Henry began to see a different side of Anne - one that, I think probably did not impress him as much as when he first met her. Even Natalie Dormer, who played Anne in The Tudors commented in an interview about how Anne Boleyn's most interesting qualities - her dynamic personality that made her so different from every other "English rose" at court, her outspokenness, her confidence - all became large factors in her downfall. She had a very "challenging personality," as Dormer said - and that over time must have begun to rub the King the wrong way, making their once brilliant and beautiful love affair become a bit more hostile and complicated.
Let's take a look at all of the events that had taken place by this day in 1536, and see where Anne was at this point. Firstly, on January 7th, Katherine of Aragon had died, much to Anne's relief, since she still saw her as a potential rival and threat to her marriage and title - (this, of course, raised suspicion that Anne had poisoned Katherine, since she had frequently mentioned how much she wanted the old Queen to die). Later in the month, on January 24th, King Henry competed in a jousting tournament and was very badly injured, to the point where people questioned whether or not he would live - (If you remember, I posted about this back in January!). Anne stayed home from this event, since she was pregnant at the time and feared the excitement of the tournament would harm the baby she was carrying - she knew that she could not afford another miscarriage, since she had already had one.
On THIS day in 1536, Anne Boleyn met with her chaplain, Matthew Parker, and he later recorder her asking him to look after her daughter if anything should happen to her. This is a very significant moment in her downfall, because it is clear that Anne was aware of the changing winds at court, and began fearing for her future and that of her daughter. If you watch The Tudors, there are some great scenes depicting Anne slowly falling from favor, and Natalie Dormer does a fantastic job of showing the emotional turmoil that Anne went through.
So, to recap: We're not quite to the point of Anne Boleyn's trial, and the full plot against her hasn't yet been revealed. However, as we can see, there have been some major changes within Anne and Henry's relationship. At this point in 1536, Anne would be trying to enjoy her last few days at court as Queen Anne - and little did she know that in only six days she would be arrested and taken to the Tower of London.