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  1. Infancia. Isabel fue la menor y novena hija de Claude Bowes-Lyon —más tarde 14. º conde de Strathmore y Kinghorne— y de Cecilia Cavendish-Bentinck.Su madre era descendiente del primer ministro británico William Cavendish-Bentinck, 3. er duque de Portland, y del gobernador general de la India, Richard Wellesley, 1. er marqués Wellesley, hermano mayor de otro primer ministro, Arthur ...

  2. Coronada tras el fallecimiento de su padre, el rey Jorge VI, Isabel II de Inglaterra ha protagonizado el más dilatado reinado de la historia del país: en 2016 alcanzó y sobrepasó los 64 años de la «era victoriana» de su tatarabuela, la reina Victoria I de Inglaterra (1837-1901). Isabel II de Inglaterra

  3. María Bolena es antepasada lejana de Winston Churchill, P. G. Wodehouse, [10] Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, Isabel II del Reino Unido, Diana de Gales, Sarah Ferguson y Catalina de Cambridge. María Bolena en la ficción. Tanto Perdita Weeks (The Tudors) como Scarlett Johansson (The Other Boleyn Girl) interpretan a María Bolena.

  4. 28/02/2018 · The younger sister of Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Margaret drew attention for a personal life marked by controversial relationships.

  5. Victoria later described her childhood as "rather melancholy". Her mother was extremely protective, and Victoria was raised largely isolated from other children under the so-called "Kensington System", an elaborate set of rules and protocols devised by the Duchess and her ambitious and domineering comptroller, Sir John Conroy, who was rumoured to be the Duchess's lover.

  6. The Hague was the seat of Henrietta's prospective son-in-law, William II of Orange, and the queen was to accompany the bride, her 10-year-old daughter Mary, to her new home. Also, her widowed sister-in-law Elizabeth , mother of the queen's old favourite, Prince Rupert, had already been living in The Hague for some years.