The king receives news: France is surrendering to England and Spain.
"God bless the Spanish and the Spanish princess!" (11.11), cheers Henry. The Spanish princess being his wife, this means that Mary is once again tossed aside like a used tissue.
Henry expects to become King of France, but Charles V of Spain is taking his sweet time.
After much delay, Charles decides to ransom King Francis back to France and restore him to the throne.
Henry is livid, and he wonders if Katherine played a role in this plotting. He accuses her of treason.
Katherine swears she had no idea that her nephew would behave this way.
Just like that, Katherine's out of favor, and Mary is back in the king's bed. That didn't take long; they barely had time to change the sheets.
Mary, who is more fertile than Mesopotamia, quickly conceives another child.
Mary's family is rewarded, with her father promoted to viscount and her husband awarded a grant of land.
William, Mary's husband, speaks to Mary's father and convinces him to allow Mary another summer in Hever with her daughter.
George visits to walk in the apple orchards and complain about his worm of a wife, Jane Parker. She's not only nasty, but she's a kinky thing, wanting George to sleep with another woman while she watches. When he refuses, she offers to get him a man. He refuses that too, not because he isn't interested in men, but because he doesn't want his wife watching.
George actually is having an affair with a young male singer.
Mary is aghast. "Sodomy" is punishable by death. The mere rumor of it could get her brother executed.
George assures her that he will be safe. If you believe that, bookmark Snopes.com so you don't fall for anything else.