Claims that Anne Boleyn was a committed Protestant are unreliable and possibly exaggerated. She may even have been a reforming catholic. Any commitment she showed to Protestantism was probably pragmatic. The evidence she had reforming zeal rests on John Foxe’s testimony after she died. She was painted as a protector of Protestantism as part of a broad programme of Elizabethan propaganda. Contemporary evidence seems to suggest the opposite, that she still held some catholic beliefs.
She was only 19 when she met the King, and probably was not able to influence him at all intellectually. She was more of a victim of outside forces than the orchestrator of anything. Henry VIII doggedly pursued her even when she was not interested. Anne Boleyn’s family pushed her into marriage with Henry VIII.
Anne’s role in the Reformation remains unclear. She may not have been interested in the Protestant faith at all. Her influence over Henry VIII is exaggerated, she was a young girl controlled by her family.