See also: Jane Seymour
The Queen Jeanne , Jeanne Seymour , born towards 1508, dead the October 24th 1537, was the third woman of the king Henri VIII of England. It gave him its only male heir, Edouard VI of England, but died little of time after its birth.
Jeanne was the girl of Sir John Seymour off Wiltshire and Margaret Wentworth.
Its exact date of birth is unknown and although one generally places it in 1509, Alison Weir, British novelist historical, in her work The Six Wives off Henry VIII note the fact that at the time of the funeral of Jeanne Seymour, the procession was composed of 29 women and stresses that the habit wanted that one marks by there the number of years of the late one, which led it to advance the birth of Jeanne eighteen months Seymour.
After having been useful as a lady's companion near Catherine d' Aragon and Anne Boleyn, the first women of Henri VIII, Jeanne the eye of the king attracted. Its desire to marry it would have pushed it to believe them false charges of adultery carried against Anne Boleyn and he married it the May 30th 1536, a few days after the execution of Anne.
Jeanne was a strict and formal queen, who was close only to her sister-in-law Ann Stanhope and to her sister Elizabeth Seymour. The records of the court, its social radiation, particularly extravagant under Anne Boleyn, were replaced under the reign of Jeanne Seymour by an austerity and an oppressive atmosphere. Preserving in policy, she was recalled to the order by Henri VIII when she wanted to mix with the businesses of the kingdom.
Jeanne was quickly pregnant and withdrew far from the court in 1537. She gave rise to Edouard, only male heir to Henri VIII, the October 12th 1537. She died of a Fièvre puerpérale the October 24th 1537 with the Château of Hampton Court and was buried with the Château of Windsor.
Simple: Jane Seymour
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