Isabella, Asturias
Isabella, Asturias
Isabella, Princess of Asturias was a Queen consort of Portugal and heiress presumptive of King Ferdinand II of Aragon and Queen Isabella I of Castile as their eldest daughter. Her younger sisters were Catherine, Queen of England, Queen Joanna I of Castile, and Maria, Queen of Portugal.
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Princess Isabella: A Witch's Curse - Cubed3
Google News - over 5 years
Big Fish Games originally brought Princess Isabella: Witch's Curse to the PC back in 2008, winning multiple awards, including 'Top Adventure Game' at the Annual Great Game Awards. Now it has been translated by Gogii Games and Beast Studios to the
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“Jack the Giant Killer” princess Eleanor Tomlinson to get a “Siberian ... - Up and Comers
Google News - over 5 years
Tomlinson, who had roles opposite Aaron Johnson in “Angus, Tongs and Perfect Snogging” and in Tim Burton's mega blockbuster “Alice in Wonderland”, beat out the likes of Juno Temple and Lily Collins to take the role of Princess Isabella opposite
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Denmark's future King starts school - Examiner.com
Google News - over 5 years
He has a younger sister Princess Isabella, and younger twin siblings Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine. Want to read more of the latest royal news? Then hit the "subscribe" button at the top of the page! You can also follow me on Twitter or
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Princess Mary & Danish Royals Pose For Summer Family Pictures (PHOTOS) - Huffington Post
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HuffPost Style favorite Princess Mary picked a paisley-printed sheath, husband Prince Frederik went for the unbuttoned dad look and their children Princess Isabella, Prince Christian and twins Princess Josephine and Prince Vincent all went
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Mom to Mom: Mothers have trouble keeping 3-year-olds in bed - Springfield News-Leader
Google News - over 5 years
But visits to family last week helped remedy that because my 6-year-old niece -- Princess Isabella --was happy to spend time with Aunt Sony. One activity she asked for repeatedly was "beauty shop." My niece is growing out bangs, so I initiated the game
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Danish royal couple add star factor - Herald Sun
Google News - over 5 years
Danish Crown Prince Frederik and Princess Mary and their children, Prince Christian, and Princess Isabella, during the baptism of their twins. Picture: AP Source: AP THE Alannah and Madeline Foundation's Starry Starry Night fundraiser at Crown has
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Princess Mary believed to be visiting Australia later this year - Herald Sun
Google News - over 5 years
Princess Mary with Prince Vincent, Princess Isabella, Prince Christian, and Crown Prince Frederik with Princess Josephine. Picture: Snapper Source: Supplied DANISH Crown Princess Mary is set to introduce her expanded family to Melbourne later this year
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PadGadget Daily App Deal – 23 iPad Apps on Sale - PadGadget
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A Witch's Curse: Princess Isabella HD (Full) – Developer 'Big Fish Games' has marked down all of their hidden object games and you can grab this fun app for $1.99 instead of $9.99. Haunted Manor: Lord of Mirrors HD (Full) – Developer 'Big Fish Games'
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iPhone and iPad Apps Price Drops – June 24 Roundup - iOSnoops
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This deal alert includes Haunted Manor: Lord of Mirrors, Big City Adventure: New York City, Drawn: The Painted Tower, A Witch's Curse: Princess Isabella, The 7th Guest, Awakening: The Dreamless Castle, Empress of the Deep: The Darkest Secret, Azada,
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Princess Mary sends kids to public school - Digital Spy UK
Google News - over 5 years
The Danish royals, who have 5-year-old Prince Christian, 3-year-old Princess Isabella and 5-month-old twins Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine, have caused controversy by deciding to send their son to a public school. Prince Frederik told New Idea
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Happy little Vegemites? Not in the royal palace - Sydney Morning Herald
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Their first child and heir to the throne, Christian, was born in 2005, followed by Princess Isabella in 2007, and twins Vincent and Josefine in January. It is unclear if Tasmania-bred Princess Mary is struggling without a fix of Vegemite;
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Mona Lisa's Model Uncovered? Scientists Hope to Reconstruct Famous Face - Huffington Post
Google News - almost 6 years
Proposed sitters for the “Mona Lisa” have included da Vinci's mother Caterina, Princess Isabella of Naples, a Spanish noblewoman named Costanza d'Avalos and Cecilia Gallerani, who posed for an earlier painting, “The Lady With an Ermine
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Game developer eyes mobile market - New Brunswick Business Journal
Google News - almost 6 years
Enjoying local and international attention since emerging on the scene in 2006, Gogii Games' big break came last year with the release of its biggest hit, Princess Isabella: A Witch's Curse, which earned it top adventure game at the prestigious 2010
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Kate Middleton Slated For Wearing Copy-Cat Wedding Dress - Entertainmentwise
Google News - almost 6 years
However, according to Hollywoodlife.com, Princess Isabella Orsini, god-daughter of Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, has stated that Kate's dress is strikingly similar to her wedding dress, which she wore when she married Belgian Prince Edouard
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Kate Middleton Called A Wedding Dress Copy Cat: Dress Was Strinkingly Similar ... - Hollywood Life
Google News - almost 6 years
Princess Isabella Orsini, goddaughter of Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi and wife to Belgian Prince Edouard de Ligne, was taken back by the striking similarities between her wedding dress from two years ago and the custom gown Kate wore when
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iPad Game Review: A Witch's Curse: Princess Isabella HD - MobileTechReview.com
Google News - almost 6 years
A Witch's Curse: Princess Isabella HD is not only a big mouthful of a game title, it is a big mouthful of a game. Not all hidden object adventure games are created equal, and this one resides comfortably near the top. The smart combination of an
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Isabella, Princess of Asturias
    TWENTIES
  • 1498
    Age 27
    In 1498, Isabella herself died while giving birth to Miguel da Paz, who was heir to the thrones of Castile and Portugal until his death in 1500.
    More Details Hide Details Manuel's chance to become king of Castile vanished with Isabella's death, and the main hope of uniting all Iberian kingdoms vanished with Miguel's death. Manuel then married Isabella's younger sister, Maria of Aragon, who bore him his son and heir John III. Portugal and Spain were finally united between 1580 and 1640, after Philip II of Spain successfully claimed the throne of Portugal as a son of Isabella of Portugal, the daughter of Maria of Aragon and Manuel I.
  • 1497
    Age 26
    Her parents ignored this, and in 1497 she was persuaded to marry Manuel I of Portugal, Afonso's uncle and John II's cousin and successor.
    More Details Hide Details She did so on condition that Manuel follow her parents' religious policy and expel Jews who would not convert to Christianity from his realm. This he duly did. In the same year, Isabella became Princess of Asturias and heiress of Castile following the death of her only brother John and the stilbirth of his daughter.
  • 1491
    Age 20
    Though it was an arranged marriage, Isabella and Afonso quickly fell in love, and Isabella was grief-stricken when he died in 1491: sent home to her parents by John II, she declared that she would never marry again and would enter a convent.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1490
    Age 19
    In 1490 Isabella married Afonso, Prince of Portugal, the heir of John II of Portugal.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1478
    Age 7
    Following her mother's accession to the throne of Castile, the young Isabella was sworn as the heiress to the throne until the birth of her younger brother John in June 1478, just before her eighth birthday.
    More Details Hide Details Her parents were embroiled in a war of succession as the elder Isabella’s half-brother King Henry had not named a successor. A struggle ensued between the elder Isabella of Castile and her niece Joan of Castile, known as "la Beltraneja", who was rumoured to have been an illegitimate child conceived by Henry’s queen Joan of Portugal and her husband’s favourite Beltrán de La Cueva. King Afonso V of Portugal intervened on Joanna’s part and Ferdinand and Isabella were forced to fight a war with him. Young Isabella was a part of their negotiations for peace when Afonso finally withdrew his forces from Castile, ceding defeat. It was agreed under the terms of the Treaty of Alcáçovas that Princess Isabella would be married to Afonso V’s grandson Dom Afonso, Prince of Portugal, who was five years younger than Isabella. The treaty also provided for Ferdinand and Isabella to pay a large dowry for their daughter.
  • 1470
    Born
    Born on October 2, 1470.
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