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  1. Margarita Tudor era hermana del rey Enrique VIII, hija de Enrique VII (primer rey Tudor), reina de Jacobo IV de Escocia, abuela de María, reina de Escocia , abuela también del esposo de María, Enrique Estuardo, Lord Darnley y bisabuela. de James VI de Escocia que se convirtió en James I de Inglaterra. Vivió del 29 de noviembre de 1489 al ...

  2. 04/02/2020 · Margaret Tudor was the sister of King Henry VIII, daughter of Henry VII (first Tudor king), queen of James IV of Scotland, grandmother of Mary, Queen of Scots, grandmother also of Mary's husband Henry Stewart, Lord Darnley, and great-grandmother of James VI of Scotland who became James I of England. She lived from November 29, 1489 to October ...

  3. 08/06/2018 · Margaret Tudor. Margaret Tudor (1489–1541), queen of James IV of Scotland. Elder daughter of Henry VII of England, Margaret was married to James at Holyrood on 8 August 1503, and bore her husband six children—four sons and two daughters—of whom only one, Prince James ( James V), born in April 1512, survived. Perhaps significantly ...

  4. 30/01/2020 · Born at Westminster Palace in 1489, Margaret Tudor didn't need a silver spoon in her mouth because, according to biographer Sarah-Beth Watkins, the infant princess was baptized in a silver font "lined with fine linen cloth of Rennes." Here's the truth about King Henry's sister.

  5. 02/07/2018 · Margaret Tudor was born on 28th November 1489 at the Palace of Westminster. She was the eldest daughter of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York and was named after Margaret Beaufort, her paternal grandmother. She was the couple’s second surviving child, her brother Arthur had been born in 1486. Margaret was christened two days after her birth at ...

  6. Margaret Tudor. Margaret Tudor was an English princess who later became the Queen Consort of Scotland through her marriage to James IV of Scotland. After his death, she served as the regent for their son, James V of Scotland. Known to be whimsical and passionate in nature, Margaret’s biggest concern, throughout her life, was her own survival.

  7. 07/06/2022 · Margaret Tudor was the first to rule in the place of her son, and at first she did well, moving to have her son crowned king in the Chapel Royal at Stirling Castle just 12 days after Flodden. Also at Stirling, the Scottish Parliament met, though a good few of its members lay dead at Flodden, and confirmed her as Regent.