Person    | Female  Born 16/11/1609  Died 10/9/1669

Queen Henrietta Maria

Categories: Royalty

Countries: France

Born at the Louvre Palace in Paris on 16 or 26 November, daughter of the King of France. Married King Charles I on 13 June 1625 and the couple went on to have two sons who became King Charles II and King James II. Her Catholicism and her spending habits made her unpopular and a problem. But the King and Queen shared an interest in the arts and the marriage worked. Died near Paris.

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Queen Henrietta Maria

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