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Joan, the Fair Maid of Kent (roof boss of Canterbury Cathedral; wife of Edward, oldest son of Edward III; mother of Richard II, who lost his crown to Lancastrian Henry of Bolingbroke, laying the foundation for the War of the Roses.

Joan, the Fair Maid of Kent (roof boss of Canterbury Cathedral; wife of Edward, oldest son of Edward III; mother of Richard II, who lost his crown to Lancastrian Henry of Bolingbroke, laying the foundation for the War of the Roses.

Joan of Kent, first Princess of Wales (1328-1385) was the wife of Edward the Black Prince. Their marriage was a love match; the Plantagenet sons of Edward III had a tendency to defy convention & follow their heart. While Edward & Joan never became King & Queen of England, their surviving son became Richard II. Edward treated his wife affectionately in public & in private; his letter to her seven years after their wedding began, "My dearest and truest sweetheart and beloved companion."

Joan of Kent, first Princess of Wales (1328-1385) was the wife of Edward the Black Prince. Their marriage was a love match; the Plantagenet sons of Edward III had a tendency to defy convention & follow their heart. While Edward & Joan never became King & Queen of England, their surviving son became Richard II. Edward treated his wife affectionately in public & in private; his letter to her seven years after their wedding began, "My dearest and truest sweetheart and beloved companion."

A portrait of Edward, first born son of Edward III, painted from the effigy of him at the chapel where he expected to rest with his wife, Joan.  Joan chose to be buried with her first husband, even though she professed her undying love for Edward...

British Royal Family Infidelity Mystery Solved: Was Richard III the Rightful Heir Despite His DNA Anomaly? Part 2

A portrait of Edward, first born son of Edward III, painted from the effigy of him at the chapel where he expected to rest with his wife, Joan. Joan chose to be buried with her first husband, even though she professed her undying love for Edward...

Joan "Lady Of Wales" Plantagenet Birth 22 Jul 1188 in Newark Castle, Nottinghamshire, England Death 2 Feb 1237

Joan "Lady Of Wales" Plantagenet Birth 22 Jul 1188 in Newark Castle, Nottinghamshire, England Death 2 Feb 1237

Joan of Kent, mother of Richard II, who was deposed by his Lancastrian cousin, Henry Bolingbroke (Henry IV)

Joan of Kent, mother of Richard II, who was deposed by his Lancastrian cousin, Henry Bolingbroke (Henry IV)

Matilda of Flanders, wife of William the Conqueror and mother of Henry I, the first woman to be crowned Queen of England, was born in 1031. Her father, Baldwin V, was the Count of Flanders, and her mother Adela, was a daughter Robert II the Pious Capet, King of France. Statue is located in the Jardin du Luxembourg, Paris, France. 27th GG mother William

Matilda of Flanders, wife of William the Conqueror and mother of Henry I, the first woman to be crowned Queen of England, was born in 1031. Her father, Baldwin V, was the Count of Flanders, and her mother Adela, was a daughter Robert II the Pious Capet, King of France. Statue is located in the Jardin du Luxembourg, Paris, France. 27th GG mother William

Edward of Middleham, only son of Richard III and his wife Anne Neville

Edward of Middleham, only son of Richard III and his wife Anne Neville

John of Gaunt 1st Duke of Lancaster  Son of Edward III 18thGGF Descent through: #1 Henry Cardinal Beaufort > Jane Beaufort; #2 Joan Beaufort three separate children: Edward & Joan Beaufort and Elizabeth de Ferrers

John of Gaunt 1st Duke of Lancaster Son of Edward III 18thGGF Descent through: #1 Henry Cardinal Beaufort > Jane Beaufort; #2 Joan Beaufort three separate children: Edward & Joan Beaufort and Elizabeth de Ferrers

Lord Stanley presents Henry Tudor Richard´s crown

Lord Stanley presents Henry Tudor Richard´s crown

On this day 8th October,1200, Isabella of Angouleme (in Western France) was crowned Queen consort of England as the second wife of King John until his death in 1216. She had give children by the king including his heir, later Henry III. In 1220 she remarried and had a further nine children.

On this day 8th October,1200, Isabella of Angouleme (in Western France) was crowned Queen consort of England as the second wife of King John until his death in 1216. She had give children by the king including his heir, later Henry III. In 1220 she remarried and had a further nine children.

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