Divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded, survived. Or just died, died, died, died, died, died.
Stained glass window in King's College at Cambridge that some believe is an image of Katherine Howard. It is thought to be Katherine portrayed as the Queen of Sheba, paying homage to Solomon (portrayed by Henry VIII). The figure is in the lower-right quadrant, and is a profile view of a woman in a maroon and white dress, with a matching headpiece accented in gold.
It's easy for us today to dismiss Jane Seymour as "just having had a son, and that's it." At the time, that was the greatest accomplishment a queen could achieve! She's a tricky one, because we know so little about her -- We know much more about her two brothers. What we do know, aside from having had a son and encouraging Henry to reconcile with his daughter Mary , is quite bland, appearance-wise and personality-wise.