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  1. Barbara Villiers (* noviembre de 1641 -† 9 de octubre de 1709 ), primera duquesa de Cleveland y amante del rey Carlos II de Inglaterra, más conocida por su título de condesa de Castlemaine . Índice 1 Infancia 2 Vida como cortesana 3 Decadencia 4 Bibliografía 5 Referencias 6 Enlaces externos Infancia

  2. hace 2 días · To the King, the amoral Charles II, she was his mistress Barbara Villiers, Lady Castlemaine, feared, loathed and envied by the Court but in a dangerous age, a political survivor. Barbara Villiers was born in 1640 into a Royalist family, her father having fought and died for Charles I, leaving the family impoverished.

  3. 15/07/2011 · Barbara Villiers ascendió desde una familia noble arruinada al lecho del rey que trajo la Restauración monárquica a Inglaterra. La duquesa de Cleveland fue una de la larga lista de amantes del alegre monarca, al que dio cinco hijos. Noble sin dote Bárbara Villiers nació en Inglaterra el 27 de noviembre de 1640.

  4. 27/11/2019 · Barbara Villiers (1640–1709), Countess of Castlemaine and Duchess of Cleveland, as a Shepherdess late 17th C. Jacob Huysmans (c.1633–1696) (after) National Trust, Blickling Hall. This was a particular favourite of contemporary court ladies and was also portrayed by Charles II's wife, Catherine of Braganza.

  5. Barbara Villiers (*Noviembre de 1641-†9 de octubre de 1709), primera duquesa de Cleveland y amante del rey Carlos II de Inglaterra, más conocida por su título de condesa de Castlemaine. Hija única del noble caballero Williams Villiers (2º Vizconde de Grandison) y de la noble dama Mary Bayning .

  6. barbara palmer, 1st duchess of cleveland, countess of castlemaine (née barbara villiers, 27 november [ o.s. 17 november] 1640 [1] – 9 october 1709), was an english royal mistress of the villiers family and perhaps the most notorious of the many mistresses of king charles ii of england, by whom she had five children, all of them acknowledged and …

  7. 07/01/2017 · Well, Barbara Villiers was Jolene in the English Royal court during the 17th century. Tall, voluptuous, with masses of brunette hair, slanting, heavy-lidded violet eyes, alabaster skin, and a sensuous, sulky mouth, she was considered to be one of the most beautiful women in the Royal court and abroad. She didn’t leave anyone indifferent.