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Jane Seymour

Mistress Jane Seymour, of Wulf Hall in Wiltshire, became the third wife of Henry VIII, less than two weeks after Anne Boleyn was beheaded. A traditional queen, who occupied her time with needlework rather than court intrigues, stirring intellectual debates and religious reform, Jane would prove herself capable of giving Henry his long awaited son and heir, the future Edward VII. Loved and respected by all, and regarded as a ‘lady of great virtue and kindness’.

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