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Third Wife: Jane Seymour

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Third Wife: Jane Seymour

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A lady-in-waiting to Henry's first two wives, Jane Seymour (1508-1537) was betrothed to the king within 24 hours of Anne's beheading in 1536. They married soon after, and in 1537 Jane gave birth to the future Edward VI. She died nine days later, most likely of an infection.

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