A very wise woman—the queen regent of Portugal—was the first to act on this information.
About the same time, he addressed his Letter to the queen regent.
He had also been in the service of her mother, the queen regent.
The donjons of Castile adorn it in honor of the queen regent.
Now will I, my dear, install you in the rank of the queen regent in my turn and return for yours.
Persecution was decreed by the queen regent and the prelates.
She would rather be queen regent in Scotland than a simple queen mother in France.
In 1834 he was called into power by the queen regent, Maria Cristina.
The queen regent laid this up amongst her other mementoes, until she might see the time proper to revenge it.
In him the queen regent loses the one man on whom Spain relied for help out of her present difficulties.