“My Lady Jane” Episode 3 Ending Explained: Is King Edward VI Dead?

Contains spoilers for “My Lady Jane” Episode 3 on Amazon Prime Video

LONDON, ENGLAND: “My Lady Jane” becomes more intense with each episode, especially after the wedding of Lady Jane Gray (Emily Bader).

In “My Lady Jane” Episode 1, viewers are introduced to Lady Frances Gray (Anna Chancellor), who arranges a wedding between her daughter, Jane, and Lord Guildford Dudley (Edward Bluemel).

As the series progresses in Episode 2, the plot thickens with the wedding between Jane and Lord Guildford finally taking place. In “My Lady Jane” Episode 3, Jane and her husband finally grow closer.

There’s a lot to discover in ‘My Lady Jane’ Episode 3. So, let’s jump in!

Lady Jane Gray begins a search for a cure against Lord Guildford Dudley in Episode 3

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Emily Bader as Lady Jane Gray in a still from “My Lady Jane” (@primevideo)

In Episode 2, Jane learns that Lord Guildford is actually Ethian, a shapeshifter with the ability to transform into a majestic horse. Jane also discovers that Lord Guildford’s ability to change between his human and horse forms is more complicated than she initially thought.

Unlike other Ethians, who can effortlessly transition between forms, Lord Guildford struggles with his transformations, often becoming stuck in one form for extended periods. Lord Guildford trusts Jane, acknowledging her intelligence, vast knowledge, and ability to speak multiple languages, and asks for her help in finding a cure.

In “My Lady Jane” Episode 3, viewers witness Jane’s relentless determination to find a cure for Lord Guildford. She spends days and nights immersed in reading multiple books, scouring ancient texts and medical journals in search of a solution.

She discovers a magical chant in a book and takes Lord Guildford to her place, where she begins to chant, hoping to prevent his transformation into a horse. However, her efforts are in vain, as Lord Guildford transforms before her eyes, unable to control the change.

Emily Bader as Lady Jane Gray and Edward Bluemel as Lord Guildford Dudley in a still of
Emily Bader as Lady Jane Gray and Edward Bluemel as Lord Guildford Dudley in a still from “My Lady Jane” (@primevideo)

When Lord Guildford returns, Jane shares with him the story of her friend Susanna (Máiréad Tyers), who has the ability to shapeshift. She believes that Susanna may hold the key to understanding Lord Guildford’s condition and finding a possible cure.

She also considers the possibility that Susanna may need her help and could be in danger, prompting her to make the decision to find her.

However, Lord Guildford thinks it’s a bad idea and refuses to go with her, expressing concerns for her safety. Undeterred, Jane insists that she will go alone, determined to find Susanna.

Lady Jane Gray and Lord Guildford Dudley forge a strong bond in Episode 3

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Edward Bluemel as Lord Guildford Dudley and Emily Bader as Lady Jane Gray in a painting from “My Lady Jane” (@primevideo)

As Jane begins her journey alone, she is surprised to find that Lord Guildford has followed her. Together, they continue their quest to find Susanna.

When they finally find Susanna, Jane is relieved to see that she is safe. However, she confronts Susanna, voicing her earlier concerns and explaining that she believes Susanna to be in danger. Jane asks Susanna why she didn’t meet her sooner, expressing confusion and concern over their missed connection.

However, two men suddenly appear and start attacking people. Sensing the danger, Susanna quickly disappears, urging Jane to take care of herself. Jane and Lord Guildford are forced to defend themselves against the attackers, engaging in a fierce battle to protect each other.

After the chaotic confrontation, Jane and Lord Guildford find themselves alone together. The tension between them is palpable as they share a passionate kiss.

Edward Bluemel as Lord Guildford Dudley and Emily Bader as Lady Jane Gray in a painting by
Edward Bluemel as Lord Guildford Dudley and Emily Bader as Lady Jane Gray in a painting from “My Lady Jane” (@primevideo)

In the next scene, they are seen making love in Jane’s bedroom. However, Jane soon stops him. She expresses that their impulsive actions in the midst of the chaos are madness.

Jane expresses her determination to pursue a divorce after she finds a cure for Lord Guildford.

The death of King Edward VI changes the future of Lady Jane Gray in Episode 3

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Jordan Peters as King Edward VI in a still from “My Lady Jane” (@primevideo)

As Jane immerses herself in her studies, hoping to find a cure for Lord Guildford’s condition, a letter arrives, bearing the seal of King Edward VI (Jordan Peters), the King of England, and her cousin.

The letter turns out to be the will of Edward VI, a document of significant importance. In the will, Edward VI solemnly declares that upon his death, the kingdom must pass to Jane, making her the rightful heir to the throne.

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Emily Bader as Lady Jane Gray in a still from “My Lady Jane” (@primevideo)

Two individuals arrive to inform Jane that Edward VI has died. Jane is shocked and saddened by the news, realizing that her life is about to change in ways she never imagined.

What challenges might Jane face as she prepares to assume the role of Queen of England? Only time will tell.

“My Lady Jane” Episode 3 is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video

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