One-hundred fifty years later, another Queen Consort
of France, Maria LeszczyAska, daughter of King StanisAaw LeszczyAski of Poland and wife King Louis XV of France, gave birth to twin girls: Marie Louise Alisabeth and Henriette Anne.
Against this backdrop the princess embarked on her first official state visit, touring South Africa with her father, King George VI, her mother, the Queen consort
Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, and younger sister, Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon.
It is likely to be where William will take the Coronation oath one day as king, with Kate crowned at his side as queen consort
The Margherita Pizza was originally created in 1889 to honor the Queen consort
of Italy, Margherita of Savoy.
The Queen Mother was a beacon of hope during the dark war years when she was Queen Consort
Which Australian city is named after the queen consort
of William IV?
Eliane Viennot, in her biography of Marguerite de Valois--youngest daughter of Henri II and Catherine de' Medici and queen consort
of Henry IV--adopts a similar strategy, employing this princess's given name when discussing the person and Margot, Ronsard's invention to allegorize her in a bergerie, to indicate her myth.
When her husband was crowned King George VI on December 12 1936, after the abdication crisis of King Edward VIII, she became the first British-born Queen Consort
since Tudor times.
The longest-lived Queen Consort
in history was a well-loved member of the Royal Family and a majestic great-grandmother to the nation - a symbol of stability in a fast-changing world.
The accession of her husband, proclaimed on December 12, 1936, meant Elizabeth became the first British-born Queen Consort
since Tudor times.
In 1533, Anne Boleyn, the second wife of King Henry VIII, was crowned as Queen Consort
Sophia was taken from the name of the Queen Consort
of Denmark, Ingrid Victoria Sofia Louise Margareta, who died in 2000.