I think Jane stole the ghost scenes. For the first time, Henry had to listen to what she had to say, that Edward was HER son, that he should have been allowed to be a child and that worst of all, Henry had put Edward in an early grave. Unlike Anne and Catherine, Jane didn't show him any warmth, or even any familiarity. She was there only for her son, not because Edward was a boy, or going to be King, but because he was heer child, and that was enough for her to love him.
Music: Trevor Morris - Jane Seymour's Theme. For Fun, NOT Profit! Enjoy!
The tudors | Audible UK History For Kids | The Contrasting Lives Of The Rich & Poor During Tudor Times | Rich and Poor 3. Rich and poor The Tudors Barney Harwood presents a comic guide to the contrasting lives of the rich and poor during Tudor times. Some of the themes Barney explores are some of the jobs done by poor people and the lavish food enjoyed by the rich.
~HD AND HEADPHONES ARE ALWAYS BETTER~ Just a short fandub I've been thinking of doing for several days now, I hope you guys like it! Tudors for the first time in a long time! And this time a character I hadn't yet dubbed, Jane Seymour :) Thank you DufferBoy19 for the footage! Yours was the only one I could find of this scene. DISCLAIMER: NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT IS INTENDED HERE! I OWN NO RIGHTS TO THIS FILM! I HAVE SPOKEN JANE SEYMOUR'S LINES WITH MY VERY OWN VOICE! THIS IS A 100% NON-PROFIT VIDEO!! Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
Queen Catherine Parr asks Henry if she may invite his children to court more often.
My part for • Tudors Collab - Are you the one who share this life with me •
HENRY AND ANNE
Inspired by Anne's reference to Katherine during her haunting of Henry, particularly the way Anne calls her a 'Poor Child', which to me sounded almost maternal. So this vid is all about Anne helping Katherine through her arrest and execution, (because Anne knows what it's like to go through it alone). My favourite part of this around 1;40 where you can see Katherine say, "I would rather have died the wife of Culpepper," and Anne gives a small smile.
i tried to make a different video rather continue videoing the bad romance of anne boleyn and henry VIII. this time i focused more on the Tudor children: Mary, Elizabeth and Edward along with their struggle of living life without their mothers.