Jane Seymour was the third wife of Henry VIII of England and the only one to provide him with the heir he needed at the time. She died when Prince Edward Tudor was just a few days old, presumably from childbed fever, and was buried in a tomb that Henry was building for himself. His show of affection was a sign that she was his one and only love.
She is seen by many as the meek and mild of all Henry VIII’s wives and relatively boring. She never argued back, allowed Henry to rule the kingdom as he saw fit and never spoke out against the current state of religion. She allowed Thomas Cromwell to use the money from the Dissolution of the Monasteries as he saw fit; lining the royal coffers. Was she really as boring as people make out? Considering the time, she was the perfect Queen Consort of England.