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    Mary "Moll" Davis (c. 1648 – 1708), also spelt Davies or Davys, was a courtesan and mistress of King Charles II of England. She was an actress and entertainer before and during her role as royal mistress.

  2. Moll is believed to have died at her home in Dean Street – then, as now, a fashionable and affluent area of London’s west end for theatre, shopping, dining, and nightlife. She was buried at St Anne’s church in Soho on 24th February 1708.

  3. 8 de abr. de 2018 · Entre aquellas pioneras del teatro británico se encuentran Margaret Hughes, Ann Marshall y su hermana Rebeca, Nell Gwyn o Moll Davis . Hubo alguna excepción. En 1626, una compañía francesa...

  4. 26 de abr. de 2022 · Mary "Moll" Davis (ca. 1648 – 1708) was a seventeenth-century entertainer and courtesan, singer and actress who became one of the many mistresses of King Charles II of England. Early life, theatre career.

  5. Some people liked them – it made the king seem more human, especially when he took on his common mistresses like Moll Davis and Nell Gwyn, and for those who themselves wanted to experience a more free and exciting love life, the beautiful mistresses and the decadent court lifestyle were alluring.

  6. 17 de jun. de 2016 · Charles Stuart loved women…even before he became King of England. We’re going to take a look at the women who Charles bedded, had children with but didn’t wed during his lifetime (that I’m aware of). This week we’re learning about Moll Davis.

  7. Mary was born on 16 October 1673, to Moll Davis and Charles II, and was the last of the king’s children. She grew up surrounded by the high society of the Restoration - nobles, thespians, dramatists, artists, and poets - and, following in her mother’s footsteps, she began acting at a young age.