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Life. Alys was the half-sister of Marie and Alix of France, Louis's children by Eleanor of Aquitaine, and the younger sister of Margaret of France.Just five weeks after Constance died giving birth to Alys, Louis married Adèle of Champagne, by whom he had two further children, including the future King Philip II of France.
04/10/2016 · Alys was born on October 4, 1160. Her name is given with various spellings: Alix, Alice, Adèle, Adelaide and Alais. She was the daughter of King Louis VII of France. Louis VII’s first wife was Eleanor of Aquitaine. Alys’ mother was Louis’ second wife Constance of Castile who died shortly after she was born.
03/10/2016 · Alys was born on October 4, 1160. Her name is given with various spellings: Alix, Alice, Adèle, Adelaide and Alais. She was the daughter of King Louis VII of France. Louis VII’s first wife was Eleanor of Aquitaine. Alys’ mother was Louis’ second wife Constance of Castile who died shortly after she was born.
10/05/2017 · Alys of France was born on 4 October 1160 as the daughter of King Louis VII of France and his second wife, Constance of Castile. She had two elder half-sisters from her father’s marriage to Eleanor of Aquitaine and a full elder sister. Her mother died giving birth to Alys, and so she never knew her mother. [read more]
15/07/2019 · Almost Queens: Alys of France. Posted on 7:00am Monday 15th Jul 2019. 0 Comments. Alys of France was never originally intended to be a Queen of England. And she never got to be one either, thanks to all those pesky rumours about what she got up to with her potential father-in-law, King Henry II of England. Alys was born on 4 October 1160.
Alys arrived in England aged eight as Henry II’s ward following a treaty agreed in 1169. However, the marriage never progressed which didn’t help Richard’s relationship with fellow monarch Philip II of France who was Alys’ brother. In 1175 Henry II began to seek an annulment from his marriage to Eleanor.
Alys of France, Countess of Vexin. Alys of France, (or Alice) Countess of Vexin (4 October 1160 – c. Read more on Wikipedia. Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Alys of France, Countess of Vexin has received more than 122,126 page views. Her biography is available in 24 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 21 in 2019).