Anne Boleyn is crowned Queen of England. She and King Henry VIII of England had been secretly married in 1532, then were married publicly on January 25, 1533, after Boleyn became pregnant. Anne Boleyn is a member of an ambitious family, and perhaps more importantly for the history of England, she's interested in the new religious ideas coming out of continental Europe.
There is no evidence that Anne Boleyn ever converted to any form of Protestantism. There is also no evidence that she actively encourages King Henry VIII to become a Protestant. Nevertheless, it's unlikely that she has has no influence at all on her husband when it comes to his attitudes towards the Catholic Church and the question of breaking away.
In just three years, Anne Boleyn will be arrested and imprisoned on charges of adultery, incest, treason and witchcraft. She won't commit any of these crimes — her only "crime" will be something she doesn't do: give birth to a son. The entire reason King Henry VIII has married Boleyn and made her queen is so he can get a male heir.