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Weird powers of the Queen of England - WTF fun facts * Well if I was the Queen I would own a hell of a lot more than just dolphins!

A family tree of the kings and queens of England (and later, of Britain) as well as several other royal houses of Europe. Starts with Charlemagne and goes to the new Prince George of Cambridge. #britishmonarchy #royalfamily

European Royal Family Tree

A family tree of the kings and queens of England (and later, of Britain) as well as several other royal houses of Europe. Starts with Charlemagne and goes to the new Prince George of Cambridge who now has a little sister named Charlotte

Mary II (1662 - 1694). Daughter of King James II and Anne Hyde. She married William of Orange and had no children.

'Queen Mary II' by Jan Verkolje. Mary ruled England jointly alongside her husband William III, after they overthrew her catholic father, James II. Her sister Anne succeeded Mary and William after their respective deaths in 1694 and

2-11-11  Queen Anne of Great Britain (1705).  She was the daughter of James II and the sister of Mary II of England.

Anne 8 March May 1707 Queen of Great Britain and Ireland 1 May August 1714 - born 6 February 1665 St. James' Palace daughter of James II and Anne Hyde - died 1 August 1714 Kensington Palace aged 49

The Queen

Queen meets young Manchester bomb victims on visit to children's hospital and calls attack 'very wicked'

Just days after the Manchester attack, Queen Elizabeth II visited young victims of the tragedy at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, and personally thanked staff members for their tireless work

Kings and Queens of England Bust Portraits

Antique Kings and Queens of England digital collage sheet domino pendant Henry VIII x inch Anne Boleyn Eleanor of Aquitaine

Eleanor of Aquitaine great grandmother of Eleanor de Moubray who married Baron de la Warr.  Married to Henry II and before that to Louis VII of France.  Mother of Richard the Lonheart, and King John to name two of her children, also Matilda of Saxony.  King John was the father of Henry 111, who was the grandfather of Joan of Lancaster, mother of Eleanor of Moubary, wife of the baron de la Warr

Eleanor of Aquitaine – First wife of both Louis VII of France and Henry II of England. Queen of France from 1137 - Queen of England from 1154 - She had two daughters with Louis VII before they divorced.

Eleanor of Aquitaine (1122 –1204) was one of the wealthiest and most powerful women in Western Europe during the High Middle Ages. Eleanor of Aquitaine is the only woman to have been queen of both France and England.

Renaissance One of the most powerful women of the Middle Ages, Eleanor of Aquitaine was Countess of Poitou, Queen of France and later Queen of England. She influenced politics, sponsored the Courtly Love movement, and even went on Crusade.

Philippa of Hainault, Queen of England, wife of Edward III, grandmother of Richard II and Henry IV and on down the line...

Philippa of Hainault, Queen of England, wife of King Edward III of England, daughter of William I Count of Holland and Hainault and Joan De Valois; she is depicted with heraldic arms.

Elizabeth the first.  Tudor queen of England and Ireland, nicknamed 'Gloriana' and the 'Virgin Queen' who overcame many challenges and threats at home and from abroad to preside over a perceived 'golden age' in English history.

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Elizabeth I September 1533 – 24 March was Queen of England and Ireland from 17 November 1558 until her death. The "Darnley Portrait" of Elizabeth I (c.

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