Queen consort to Richard III, Anne Neville. 1456-1485, at a guess, a modern interpretation
Lady Anne Neville (11 June 1456 – 16 March 1485) was the daughter of Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick (the "Kingmaker"). She became Princess of Wales as the wife of Edward of Westminster, son of the Lancastrian King Henry VI and Margaret of Anjou, and then Queen of England as the wife of the Yorkist King Richard III.
in 1533,King Henry VIII's newborn daughter by Queen Anne Boleyn,Princess Elizabeth,was christened at Greenwich Palace in the Chapel of Observant Friars.This was a lavish ceremony,planned by King Henry and the rest of the palace,although he did not attend the christening.Elizabeth, only three days old at the time,was processed down a long green carpet from the Great Hall in the palace to the Chapel.She was flanked by her Godparents,Thomas Cranmer and the Duchess of Norfolk...
The birth on this day 11rh February, 1466 of Elizabeth Of York. Wife of Henry VII and mother of King Henry VIII, She died, on her birthday in 1503 aged 37. In the children's nursery rhyme Sing a Song of Sixpence, Elizabeth is reportedly the Queen in the parlour, while her husband, with a reputation for his thrift, is the King counting out his money
Cecily Neville Plantagenet. Mother of King Edward IV, my 16X great grandmother.
This tough cookie is Margaret Beaufort, the mother of Henry VII. Henry was born when Margaret was only 13 years old. From that moment on, it was her mission to advance the interests of her son, help him become king, and found a powerful dynasty. She succeeded in doing all three -- no wonder all the surviving portraits of her show a woman who looks like she refused to take any bull from anybody, and whose laser-beam glare could freeze anyone in their tracks. I wouldn't want to get on her bad…
Archduke von Austria Imre and his sister Archduchess Marie Christine