So, when Anne met with Matthew Parker on this day, we can assume that it was because of her uneasiness about her marriage, and of her own fate. According to Eric Ives, "less than six days before her arrest, Anne seems to have laid a particular responsibility on him to watch over her daughter. That charge, and the debt he felt he owed to Anne, stayed with him for the rest of his life.” Later, Parker would be offered the position of Archbishop of Canterbury by Queen Elizabeth I, and he would recall his conversation with her mother, and the debt that he owed her. He described himself as "bound" to Anne - most likely because of a promise he made to her regarding Elizabeth.
In "The Tudors", we see a similar conversation between Anne Boleyn and Thomas Cranmer. (There was no Matthew Parker in the show). We also see Anne asking one of her ladies in waiting to watch after Elizabeth, no matter what might happen to her. This is in the same scene that she publicly spats with Sir Henry Norris (which will actually happen in a few days). So, even though we don't see the real conversation involving Parker, we get the gist that Anne was concerned for her daughter's welfare, perhaps expecting the possibility of her own destruction.
What do you think of this meeting? Do you believe Anne had much insight as to what was going on around her?