Henry I, Duke of Guise (1550–1588), who succeeded him as Duke of Guise. Catherine (18 July 1551, Joinville – 6 May 1596, Paris), married on 4 February 1570 Louis, Duke of Montpensier; Charles, Duke of Mayenne (1554–1611) Louis II, Cardinal of Guise (1555–1588), Archbishop of Reims; Antoine (25 April 1557 – 16 January 1560)
Guise sent his cousin, Charles, Duke of Aumale, to lead a rising in Picardy (which could also support the retreat of the Spanish Armada). Alarmed, Henry III ordered Guise to remain in Champagne ; he defied the king and on 9 May 1588 Guise entered Paris, bringing to a head his ambiguous challenge to royal authority in the Day of the Barricades and forcing King Henry to flee.
22/08/2022 · Not that Prince Charles would even want to read it, Charles insists. The Royal family is braced to read the Duke of Sussex’s memoir at the same time as the public, The Telegraph understands. Neither the Prince of Wales nor the Duke of Cambridge has seen any part of the manuscript, or even been told when the book will be published.