The cloister outside the main doors of the Chapel Royal has remained much as it was in Cardinal Wolsey's time. He had the present Chapel built on the site of the thirteenth century chapel of the Knights Hospitaller of St John of Jerusalem. The traces of a doorway opposite the entrance to the Chapel suggest that there was access at one time to the courtyard on the west side. Wolsey's Chapel was taken over as a Chapel Royal with the Palace by King Henry VIII, and has been much altered since the sixteenth century, but its dimensions are still those of the Chapel which Wolsey built. The coats-of-arms flanking the doors of the Chapel Royal contain the heraldic achievements of King Henry VIII and his third Queen, Jane Seymour. The supporters are angels, and it has been suggested because of their religious subject that they may have belonged to Wolsey's coat-of-arms ; but it is more likely that they were integral to the Royal Arms of King Henry VIII and his Queen.