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Anne Boleyn's successor, Queen Consort Jane Seymour, was Henry VIII’s third wife. She bore his first male heir, King Edward VI, before dying of complications.
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Jane Seymour was born in England c. 1509. After Henry VIII's wife, Anne Boleyn, was executed, Jane and Henry married on May 30, 1536. On October 12, 1537, she gave birth to Henry VIII's first male heir, King Edward VI, the future king of England. She died of childbirth complications less than two weeks later, on October 24, 1537, in London, England, after having been queen for only a year and a half.
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