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Henrietta Maria

/ˌhɛnrɪˈɛtə məˈriːə/
1609–69, queen of England (1625–49), the wife of Charles I; daughter of Henry IV of France. Her Roman Catholicism contributed to the unpopularity of the crown in the period leading to the Civil War
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