Beatrice of England
English princess
Beatrice of England
Beatrice of England, also known as Beatrice de Dreux, was a Princess of England as the daughter of King Henry III of England and Eleanor of Provence. Her siblings were Edward I of England, Margaret, Queen of Scotland, Edmund Crouchback, 1st Earl of Lancaster, Richard of England, John of England, Katherine of England, William of England, and Henry of England.
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    THIRTIES
  • 1275
    Age 32
    Beatrice died on 24 March 1275 in London, England.
    More Details Hide Details Her death was once said to have occurred in childbirth, but the dates do not bear out this theory, which has been disproved in several articles. John II honoured his wife with a chantry, an institutional chapel on private land or within a greater church, which was to be finished when he died, so that he and Beatrice would be together again. Beatrice was buried at Grey Friars Church in Greenwich, London. Her husband succeeded as duke 11 years after her death, therefore Beatrice was never styled Duchess of Brittany. Though little information is available concerning Beatrice's activities, she was an important part of English history. Her marriage to John II helped forge an alliance with France, thus placing the Earldom of Richmond under the so-called shield of England.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1272
    Age 29
    With his various strategies, Henry III reigned over England for 56 years until his death in 1272.
    More Details Hide Details Her descendants include queen consorts Elizabeth Woodville and Anne of Cleves.
  • 1263
    Age 20
    The English were unhappy with King Henry III owing to the influence that Eleanor and her Savoyard kinsmen exercised on the monarchy, and the Barons demanded more power. In 1263, Eleanor was sailing on a barge that was attacked by London citizens.
    More Details Hide Details This harsh, bitter dislike created several problems for Henry III and his family. On the other hand, Eleanor and Henry enjoyed a happy marriage, and Beatrice grew up in a loving environment, close to her siblings. At one point, Henry conducted negotiations for Beatrice to marry the king of France and also rejected a proposal that she should wed the son of the King of Norway. When she was eighteen she married John de Dreux, heir to the dukedom of Brittany. It was a love match. Beatrice later changed her name to Beatrice de Dreux, and she and John II had six children:
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1242
    Born
    Born in 1242.
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