Which king of England was beheaded?
Charles I, King of England 30 January 1649, execution of Charles I, king of england !
The teenage yearsElizabeth was not without problems, however, especially after the death of Henry VIII (January 28, 1547). Thomas Seymour (ca.), brother of Lord Protector Somerset (→ Edward Seymour), who had once cherished the hope of marrying Elizabetheventually married Catherine Parr.
Marie de Guise, born November 22, 1515 in Bar-le-Duc and died in Edinburgh, was duchess consort of Longueville then queen consort and regent of Scotland. Daughter of Claude de Lorraine and Antoinette de Bourbon, she belongs to the Guise branch of the House of Lorraine,…
The Queen died at Richmond Palace, after 44 years of reign, between two and three in the morning, at the age of 69. A few hours later, Cecil and the council put their plans into action and proclaimed James VI of Scotland King of England. Funeral procession of Elizabeth I with the banners of her ancestors.
The revolt of the Scottish Protestant opposition (Covenant), majority in parliament, supported by relays in the aristocracy and the support of England, was growing when the Marie de Guise died at the age of 45 . She was buried in the Abbey of Saint-Pierre-les-Dames in Reims.
On November 20, 1947, Princess Elizabeth and Philip Mountbatten, Duke of Edinburgh, were married at Westminster Abbey. More than 70 years later, and with four children, the royal couple have always remained united. A look back at their legendary love story.