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JANE SEYMOUR at Sandy Wexler Premiere in Hollywood

Jane Seymour at the premiere of Sandy Wexler Actress Jane Seymour attends the premiere of ‘Sandy Wexler’ at ArcLight Cinemas Cinerama Dome in Hollywood, California
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What Henry VIII Wanted From Women

The simplest answer as to what Henry wanted from women may be the most obvious: a son. But a rational response to desiring and not receiving a legitimate male heir, even in the 16th century, wasn’t to form your own religion or behead your wife. 2,895 more words

The House Of Tudor

The Second Man in Elizabeth I's Life

For some figures in extended royal history, it’s easy to capture them in a single post. With others that’s less true simply because of the wealth of information out there. 1,909 more words

The House Of Tudor

dudewithabow: after you’ve been through like a string of fandoms and you’ve decided your favourite...

dudewithabow:

after you’ve been through like a string of fandoms and you’ve decided your favourite character/s for each one, there will come a day when you will list all your faves from each fandom side by side and look at them carefully and realise…

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dudewithabow: after you’ve been through like a string of fandoms and you’ve decided your favourite...

dudewithabow:

after you’ve been through like a string of fandoms and you’ve decided your favourite character/s for each one, there will come a day when you will list all your faves from each fandom side by side and look at them carefully and realise…

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Jack The Ripper (Blu-Ray)

Michael Caine is on the hunt for one of the most notorious killers of all time!

This Emmy and Golden Globe-winning dramatisation also features Lewis Collins and Jane Seymour, as they search for the notorious serial killer who preyed on the prostitutes of London’s East End. 129 more words

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Book Corner: The Seymours of Wolf Hall by David Loades

Although the Seymours arrived with the Normans, it is with Jane, Henry VIII’s third queen, and her brothers – Edward, Duke of Somerset, and Thomas, Lord Seymour of Sudeley – that they became prominent.

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