On the 30th of May 1536 King Henry VIII married his third wife, Jane Seymour, in the Queen’s Closet at Whitehall; a mere eleven days after the execution of his second wife Anne Boleyn. 1,349 more words
To Put It Bluntly… Jane Seymour Is Boring!:
Many people accuse Jane of being a hypocrite. She presented herself as a quiet and demure Tudor wife, yet she also sat back and waited until her husband had executed her mistress before marrying him herself. 1,774 more words
“Night and day; heaven and hell.” At least, that’s how David Starkey describes the contrasts between King Henry VIII’s second and third wives.
It is true that from all outward appearances, Anne Boleyn and Jane Seymour could not have been more opposite even if they tried! 1,993 more words