Jane Seymour was never crowned as queen since Henry wanted her to do her duty first: produce a son.
Jane advocated on behalf of Mary Tudor, to whom she was politically and personally loyal, and for the protesting English Catholics, but Henry would hear none of it, saying only "Remember Anne".
Jane died two weeks after giving birth to Edward VI, Henry's longed-for heir. Elated to finally have a healthy son, Henry soon began mourning, giving her a queen's funeral.
2. A British actress (1951-present) known for Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.