Queen Beatrix

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About Queen Beatrix

Born with the titles of Princess Beatrix Wilhelmina Armgard of the Netherlands, Princess of Lippe-Biesterfeld, and Princess of Orange-Nassau, she became Queen of the Netherlands in 1980 and reigned until 2013.

Early life

In her early adulthood, she studied law, economics, and sociology at Leiden University.

Trivia

During a 2009 parade, she and her family members became the targets of an attack that killed seven bystanders.

Family of Queen Beatrix

Her marriage to German-born diplomat Claus von Amsberg began in 1966 and resulted in three children: Princes Johan Friso and Constantijn and the future King Willem-Alexander.

Close associates of Queen Beatrix

Her mother, Queen Juliana of the Netherlands, ruled from 1948 until 1980.

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Catherine Of Aragon

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About Catherine Of Aragon

Best remembered as the first bride of King Henry VIII, she held the title of Queen of England from 1509 until the 1533 annulment of her marriage to the king. She and Henry became parents to three sons and two daughters who died as infants and to a sole surviving daughter, Mary I (“Bloody Mary”), who later ruled England. 

Early life

She and Henry VIII were crowned at Westminster Abbey in June of 1509.

Trivia

She protested Henry’s infatuation with her lady-in-waiting, Anne Boleyn, and viewed herself as her husband’s only legitimate wife.

Family of Catherine Of Aragon

Born in Madrid, Spain, to King Ferdinand II of Aragon and Queen Isabella I of Castile, she had an early, arranged marriage to Prince Arthur. In 1509, nearly a decade after Arthur’s death, she wed Henry VIII.

Close associates of Catherine Of Aragon

Following the annulment of his marriage to Catherine of Aragon, Henry VIII married Anne Boleyn (later beheaded), followed by Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleves, Catherine Howard, and Catherine Parr.

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Queen Victoria

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About Queen Victoria

Queen of the United Kingdom from 1837 to 1901. A national emblem of morality, she oversaw a period of great expansion in the British Empire and had the longest reign of any monarch until Queen Elizabeth II surpassed her in 2015. 

Early life

She was raised in solitude under her mother’s “Kensington System” of discipline.

Trivia

She reigned for nearly sixty-four years.

Family of Queen Victoria

She married Prince Albert in 1840 and had five daughters (Princesses Victoria, Alice, Helena, Louise, and Beatrice) and four sons (King Edward VII, Duke Alfred, and Princes Arthur and Leopold).

Close associates of Queen Victoria

Prior to her 63-year reign, George III was the longest ruling monarch in British history.

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Anne Of Cleves

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About Anne Of Cleves

Remembered as the fourth bride of King Henry VIII, this German-born Queen of England ruled for only six months during 1540. Her unconsummated marriage to Henry VIII was annulled in July of that year. 

Early life

When she was just eleven years old, it was decided that she would marry Francis, the son of the Duke of Lorraine. Several years later, however, the arrangement was broken.

Trivia

Henry VIII commissioned artist Hans Holbein the Younger to paint her portrait, along with that of her sister Amalia, so that he could choose, based on appearance, which young noblewoman would become his wife.

Family of Anne Of Cleves

She grew up in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, as the daughter of Duke John III and Duchess Maria.

Close associates of Anne Of Cleves

Before marrying Anne of Cleves, Henry VIII had already had three wives: Catherine Of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, and Jane Seymour. When his marriage to Anne of Cleves ended, he wed Catherine Howard, followed by Catherine Parr.

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Mary I of England

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About Mary I of England

Queen of England who persecuted the Protestants in her country, which earned her the nickname Bloody Mary. She burned over 200 religious dissenters at the stake in the Marian persecutions. 

Early life

She was promised to several European leaders in political negotiations, but the plans always fell through.

Trivia

She restored Roman Catholicism in her country.

Family of Mary I of England

Also known as Mary Tudor, she was the daughter of King Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon.

Close associates of Mary I of England

Her younger half-sister Elizabeth I succeeded her as queen and reversed the re-establishment of Roman Catholicism.

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Mary I of England

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About Mary I of England

Queen of England who persecuted the Protestants in her country, which earned her the nickname Bloody Mary. She burned over 200 religious dissenters at the stake in the Marian persecutions. 

Early life

She was promised to several European leaders in political negotiations, but the plans always fell through.

Trivia

She restored Roman Catholicism in her country.

Family of Mary I of England

Also known as Mary Tudor, she was the daughter of King Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon.

Close associates of Mary I of England

Her younger half-sister Elizabeth I succeeded her as queen and reversed the re-establishment of Roman Catholicism.

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Queen Margrethe II

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About Queen Margrethe II

Born Margrethe Alexandrine Porhildur Ingrid, this member of the Danish House of Glücksburg was crowned Queen of Denmark at the age of thirty-one. 

Early life

At thirteen years old, she became first in line to her father’s throne after an amendment was passed that granted eldest female children of regents the right to rule.

Trivia

She took archaeology courses at Girton College, Cambridge, and later studied at the Sorbonne, Aarhus University, and the London School of Economics. She is fluent in Danish, French, English, Swedish, and German.

Family of Queen Margrethe II

She was born at Copenhagen’s Amalienborg Palace to Ingrid of Sweden and King Frederik IX. Her marriage to Henri de Laborde de Monpezat resulted in sons named Prince Frederik and Prince Joachim.

Close associates of Queen Margrethe II

She and Elizabeth II became two of the longest-reigning queens in history.

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