At Henry's command Jane Seymour is made a lady-in-waiting to Anne Boleyn, much to the discomfort and suspicion of the Queen. Emperor Charles indicates his interest in renewed relation with England. However Charles insists that legitimizing Lady Mary as Henry's heir be a condition of the renewed relation. When Henry is seriously injured in a jousting match all thoughts turn to who might succeed him. Anne finds Henry with Jane and the shock leads to another miscarriage. Discouraged by yet another failed pregnancy, the episode closes with Henry declaring his marriage with Anne null and void, citing witchcraft.