Henrietta Maria of France

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Henrietta Maria of France
Henriette Marie by Anthony van Dyck
Queen consort of England, Scotland and Ireland
Tenure 13 June 1625 – 30 January 1649
Spouse Charles I of England and Scotland
Issue
Charles II
Mary, Princess of Orange
James II
Princess Elizabeth of England
Princess Anne of England
Henry, Duke of Gloucester
Henrietta, Duchess of Orléans
House House of Stuart
House of Bourbon
Father Henry IV of France
Mother Marie de' Medici
Born 25 November 1609(1609-11-25)
Palais du Louvre, Paris, France
Died 10 September 1669(1669-09-10) (aged 59)
Château de Colombes, Paris, France
Burial 13 September 1669
Royal Basilica of Saint Denis,

Henrietta Maria of France (November 25, 1609 - September 10, 1669) was the youngest daughter of Henry IV of France and Marie de' Medici. She was born in the Louvre Palace in Paris on November 25, 1609. She was a Roman Catholic.

Henrietta Maria married Charles I and became the Queen of England.


Issue[change | edit source]

Name Birth Death Notes
Charles James Stuart, Duke of Cornwall 13 March 1629 13 March 1629 Stillborn
Charles II 29 May 1630 6 February 1685 Married Catherine of Braganza (1638–1705) in 1663. No legitimate issue.
Mary, Princess Royal 4 November 1631 24 December 1660 Married William II, Prince of Orange (1626–1650) in 1641. Had issue.
James II, King of England 14 October 1633 16 September 1701 Married (1) Anne Hyde (1637–1671) in 1659; had issue
(2) Mary of Modena (1658–1718) in 1673; had issue
Elizabeth, Princess of England 29 December 1635 8 September 1650 Died young; no issue. Buried Newport, Isle of Wight
Anne, Princess of England 17 March 1637 8 December 1640 Died young; no issue. Buried Westminster Abbey
Catherine, Princess of England 29 January 1639 29 January 1639 Stillborn; buried Westminster Abbey.
Henry, Duke of Gloucester 8 July 1640 18 September 1660 Died unmarried; no issue. Buried Westminster Abbey
Henrietta, Princess of England 16 June 1644 30 June 1670 Married Philippe of France, Duke of Orléans (1640–1701) in 1661; had issue