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Royal Ladies of History

Traditional/Modern takes and faceclaims for famous monarchs and consorts through history
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10 of our favourite ladies (excluding queens of Scotland)
10 of our favourite ladies (excluding queens of Scotland)
10 of our favourite ladies (excluding queens of Scotland)

Scotland's Ladies

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Zhana Michałowska (@snegurochka_19_) • Instagram photos and videos

Russian Royalty

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Houses of Coburg, Hannover & Hesse

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House of Mecklenburg & of Welf: Elisabeth of Mecklenburg-Schwerin aka Grand Duchess Anna Leopoldovna of Russia
House of Mecklenburg & of Hanover: Princess Sophia Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz

Houses of Hohenzollern & Mecklenburg

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→ Marie Antoinette, the last queen of France, was born Maria Antonia Josepha Joanna on November 2, 1755, in Vienna, Austria. She was the 15th and second to last child of Maria Theresa, empress of Austria, and Holy Roman Emperor Francis I. Marie Antoinette lived a relatively carefree childhood. She received an education typical of an 18th century aristocratic girl, focusing primarily on religious and moral principles, while her brothers studied more academic subject matter. With the conclusion of
→ Marie Antoinette, the last queen of France, was born Maria Antonia Josepha Joanna on November 2, 1755, in Vienna, Austria. She was the 15th and second to last child of Maria Theresa, empress of Austria, and Holy Roman Emperor Francis I. Marie Antoinette lived a relatively carefree childhood. She received an education typical of an 18th century aristocratic girl, focusing primarily on religious and moral principles, while her brothers studied more academic subject matter. With the conclusion of
#anastasia_muhtesem_art hashtag on Instagram • Photos and videos

Marie Antoinette

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→ Duchess Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie was born in Munich on December 24, 1837, as the fourth child of Duke Maximilian Joseph in Bavaria and Princess Ludovika. Nicknamed Sisi, she enjoyed an informal upbringing before marrying Emperor Franz Joseph I at the age of sixteen. Shy and unsure, Sisi crumbled under the strict court etiquette, which left her isolated and friendless. Her melancholy and distaste for public life was treated as a childish indulgence by her distracted husband and his mother, the
→ Duchess Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie was born in Munich on December 24, 1837, as the fourth child of Duke Maximilian Joseph in Bavaria and Princess Ludovika. Nicknamed Sisi, she enjoyed an informal upbringing before marrying Emperor Franz Joseph I at the age of sixteen. Shy and unsure, Sisi crumbled under the strict court etiquette, which left her isolated and friendless. Her melancholy and distaste for public life was treated as a childish indulgence by her distracted husband and his mother, the

Houses of Habsburg & Wittelsbach

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Byzantine Imperial Family & House of Babenberg: Princess Theodora Angelina of Byzantium
Byzantine Imperial Family & House of Babenberg: Princess Eudokia Laskarina of Nicaea
Byzantine Imperial Family & House of Babenberg: Princess Theodora Komnene of Byzantium

Houses of Hohenstaufen & Babenberg

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Zhana Michałowska on Instagram: "💐Happy International Women’s Day 💐 #empressofangelscollages #internationalwomensday #internationalwomensday2021 #poland🇵🇱 #россия🇷🇺 #hungary🇭🇺…"
WOMEN’S HISTORY † ELEANOR OF ENGLAND (13 October 1162 – 31 October 1214) Eleanor of England was the sixth child and second daughter of Henry II of England and Alienòr d'Aquitània. In 1174, at the age of 12, she was married to Alfonso VIII de Castilla. Named after her mother, Eleanor wielded great authority in Castilla & was more a partner to her husband than a simple consort. She and Alfonso ultimately had eleven children, of whom six survived into adulthood. Like her half-sister, Marie de
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English Princesses

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Queen Consorts of Scotland ♕ House of Stuart (1542–1649, restored 1660–1707) (includes Consorts of Jacobite Pretenders from 1689–1788)
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House of Stuart

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Anne Boleyn... also showed herself to be made of steel. She is a character whose independence of mind and behaviour, as a woman, make her curiously modern. - ANTONIA FRASER
fancast: Charlotte Hope as Katherine Parr

Tudor Queens

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circa regna tonat — "Her story begins on the 31st March 1360. Born at...
circa regna tonat — "Her story begins on the 31st March 1360. Born at...

House of Lancaster

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House of York

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perchance to dream : → Margaret of Valois was the queen of two...
perchance to dream : → Margaret of Valois was the queen of two...
→ french consorts since the rise of the house of Capet. 1/5

Houses of Capet & Valois

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Moon Of My Life
The Lady of Sirara

Capetian House of Anjou

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Eleanor of Aquitaine, Queen of France + Queen of England
Wonderful Women of History: ELEANOR OF AQUITAINE, c. 1124 – 1 April 1204, Queen Consort successively of France and England, Duchess of Aquitaine, politician, patron of artist, and proud mother of kings. Queen of beauty and largesse, they call her, and Aliénor takes her responsibilities seriously. Does not the French court shine with splendor, the streets of Paris studded with wonders like St. Denis? Only on one field has she met with defeat: the drabness and dullness of her husband’s soul...

House of Poitiers

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Adelaide of Burgundy Adelaide or Adelheid was born either in 931 or 932 as the daughter of King Rudolf II of Burgundy and Italy, at the time, and Bertha of Swabia.
Mary Of Burgundy and Maximilian Of Habsburg, Holy... - Liberae sunt nostrae cogitationes
The Lady of Sirara

House of Burgundy

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House of Normandy

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Anne of Brittany “Rather die than dishonor”
The Lady of Sirara
The Lady of Sirara

Duchy of Brittany

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The Lady of Sirara

Flanders & Boulogne

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The Lady of Sirara
The Lady of Sirara
The Lady of Sirara

House of Hauteville

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#anastasia_muhtesem_art hashtag on Instagram • Photos and videos
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Spanish Infantas - Castille

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♦ Daughters of Isabella I of Castile and Ferdinand II of Aragon
WOMEN’S HISTORY † MARÍA DE ARAGÓN, RAINHA DE PORTUGAL (29 June 1482 – 7 March 1517) María de Aragón was the third surviving daughter and second youngest of the children of Fernando II de Aragón and Isabel I de Castilla. She had a twin sister, who was stillborn. In 1498, María’s elder sister, Isabel, died in childbirth and it was arranged that María would marry her sister’s widower, Manuel I de Portugal.
The Lady of Sirara

Spanish Infantas - Aragon

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WOMEN’S HISTORY † CATHERINE Ire DE NAVARRE (1468 – 12 February 1517)
The Lady of Sirara

Spanish Infantas - Navarre

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The Lady of Sirara
The Lady of Sirara
The Lady of Sirara

Princesses of Jerusalem & Cyprus

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Verba volant, scripta manent : bravemellark: MODERN MAGNIFICENT CENTURY |...

The Sultanate of Women

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