The Six Wives of Henry VIII
III. Jane Seymour
Jane Seymour was Henry VIII's third wife. She was Queen of England for a very short time, from 1536 until 1537. Henry loved her very much for her gentleness, companionship and solid good sense. She gave Henry the son and heir that he had wanted for so long. Sadly, she never had a chance to enjoy her triumph and her baby son. She died of childbed fever shortly after Prince Edward was born.
Jane is remembered for being kind, industrious, pious and a good stepmother to Henry's eldest daughter Mary. She most likely would have made a very good queen if she had lived longer.
Jane's life story makes interesting reading. Here is the woman who Henry turned to after he stopped loving Anne Boleyn, and who gave him a son.
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Jane Seymour has three costumes, plus a doll wearing underclothes. If you want to see the doll image that is wearing clothes, as opposed to the traditional doll dress with tabs, click on one of the four pictures below. This will cause a larger version of the fully-dressed doll to display. You can then print out the doll from that page. When finished, hit your back button to return to this page.
If you want to see the traditional paper doll clothes with tabs, continue to page down below these first four images.
Below are the same costumes, with tabs in the traditional paper doll style, that you can put on the doll that is wearing undergarments. Select the dress you want to see, click on the small picture to expand it, and print the dress from that page.
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