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Jacquetta of Luxembourg (1415/1416 – 30 May 1472), married firstly in 1433, John, Duke of Bedford, and secondly, in secret, c.1436, Richard Woodville, 1st Earl Rivers, by whom she had sixteen children, including Elizabeth Woodville, Queen consort of King Edward IV of England. Every English monarch after 1509 descended from her.

Jacquetta of Luxembourg (1415/1416 – 30 May 1472), married firstly in 1433, John, Duke of Bedford, and secondly, in secret, c.1436, Richard Woodville, 1st Earl Rivers, by whom she had sixteen children, including Elizabeth Woodville, Queen consort of King Edward IV of England. Every English monarch after 1509 descended from her.

Mary Tudor, Henry VIII's younger sister & and queen consort of France through her marriage to Louis XII. The latter was more than 30 years her senior. Following his death, which occurred less than two months after her coronation as his third wife, she married Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk. Mary was the maternal grandmother of Jane Grey.

Mary Tudor, Henry VIII's younger sister & and queen consort of France through her marriage to Louis XII. The latter was more than 30 years her senior. Following his death, which occurred less than two months after her coronation as his third wife, she married Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk. Mary was the maternal grandmother of Jane Grey.

Jacquetta Of Luxembourg, mother of the Queen of England Elizabeth Woodville, suspected witch, all around badass.

Jacquetta Of Luxembourg, mother of the Queen of England Elizabeth Woodville, suspected witch, all around badass.

Queen Jane Seymour, Third Wife of Henry VIII    Henry actually claimed Jane to be his most beloved of wives, and the one he regretted most (mother of his only living son) most likely because she didn't live long enough for him to tire of her

Queen Jane Seymour, Third Wife of Henry VIII Henry actually claimed Jane to be his most beloved of wives, and the one he regretted most (mother of his only living son) most likely because she didn't live long enough for him to tire of her

Antonis Mor ~ Mary Tudor ~ 1554 ~ Prado ~  Antonis Mor was sent to England to paint Mary Tudor and it is possible it was painted as a gift to Philip when he was in Spain. Mary is holding a flower (not a Tudor rose) as a love token. The painting does not look flattering but we do not know what she looked like. She would eventually marry Philip of Spain.

Antonis Mor ~ Mary Tudor ~ 1554 ~ Prado ~ Antonis Mor was sent to England to paint Mary Tudor and it is possible it was painted as a gift to Philip when he was in Spain. Mary is holding a flower (not a Tudor rose) as a love token. The painting does not look flattering but we do not know what she looked like. She would eventually marry Philip of Spain.

Wars of the Roses: An Overview: Wars of the Roses: Yorkist Victory & Edward IV

Wars of the Roses: An Overview

Wars of the Roses: An Overview: Wars of the Roses: Yorkist Victory & Edward IV

A study of King Richard III’s bones uncovered 11 injuries inflicted near the time of death by common Late Medieval weapons.

A study of King Richard III’s bones uncovered 11 injuries inflicted near the time of death by common Late Medieval weapons.

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