Jane Seymour

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Noun1.Jane Seymour - Queen of England as the third wife of Henry VIII and mother of Edward VI (1509-1537)Jane Seymour - Queen of England as the third wife of Henry VIII and mother of Edward VI (1509-1537)
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Caption(s): Jane Seymour will launch her e-commerce Web site on Nov.
PORTRAITS of Henry VIII, his third wife Jane Seymour and their son Edward are to be reunited for the first time since the 16th century.
Birthdays: 1951: Jane Seymour, 55, English actress.
ACTRESS and celebrated beauty Jane Seymour has had a career marked with many shining triumphs, from her early appearances as a Bond girl to her starring role as Dr Quinn,Medicine Woman.
HOLLYWOOD actress Jane Seymour has opened up for the first time about her latest romance - but any talk of a fifth marriage is strictly off the agenda.
The top 10 was: 1, Helen Mirren; 2, Jane Seymour, 60; 3, Carol Vorderman, 51; 4, Twiggy, 62; 5, Fern Britton, 54; 6, Lorraine Kelly; 7, Zoe Wanamaker, 62; 8, Carol McGiffin, 51; 9, Lulu; 10, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
I think I'm the only woman of my age in the business who has her own face" - Ex-Bond girl Jane Seymour, 60.
1536: Anne Boleyn was beheaded for adultery, as Henry VIII was considering marriage to Jane Seymour. She was his third wife and Anne's former lady-in-waiting.
Caption(s): 1 Jane Seymour's homes serve as the influence for her bedding collection.
1536: Henry VIII married Jane Seymour. 1889: The bra was invented.
The blouse is part of a collection of more than 200 items of couture from Ms Emanuel's collection - including garments worn by Elizabeth Hurley and Jane Seymour - being sold by online firm Auction Atrium in November.
His wives included Catherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour (who it is believed was his only true love), Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleaves, Kathryn Howard and finally Katherine Parr.