Asked in Elizabeth I, Elizabeth II
How are Queen Elizabeth I and Queen Elizabeth II related?
They are not directly (i.e. cousins, grandaughter etc.) as when Elizabeth I died she had no hier and no-one to take over the throne. ...
Asked in Monarchy, Elizabeth I
Who will take over the throne after the death of Queen Elizabeth II?
Charles, Prince of Wales
Asked in Elizabeth I, Elizabeth II
How did Queen Elizabeth II take over when Queen Elizabeth I was alive?
Queen Elizabeth I died in 1603, a long, long time before Queen Elizabeth II was born. You might be referring to the Queen Mother, Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, wife of George VI. She was never styled as Queen Elizabeth I or II though, because she was not a sovereign. She was a Queen Consort, the wife of a King, but had none of his powers, nor was she in line to the throne. When George VI died, the throne passed to the next in...
Asked in History of England
What day William and Mary officially take the throne in England?
probably when Queen Elizabeth dies it will either be Prince Charles or Prince William on the throne. ...
Asked in Coins and Paper Money, British Coins
How much would a British Penny with Queen Elizabeth II from 1867 be worth?
Please check your coin. Queen Elizabeth II had not been born in 1867 and did not take the throne until 1952. ...
Asked in United Kingdom, England
Was Queen Elizabeth A Purtian?
Queen Elizabeth I was a Protestant, who worshipped in the Anglican Church set up by her father Henry VIII. Queen Elizabeth II, is also Anglican. No Roman Catholic, has been permitted to take the English Throne, since the 17th Century. ...
Asked in Extended Family
What was Queen Elizabeth the first cousin known for?
Queen Elizabeth's cousin was Mary queen of Scott's- who then had a son ( James 1st ) who became king of England after Elizabeth died without an heir. - she was know for being extremely catholic. Where as Elizabeth was prosant. and when Mary tried to take the throne from Elizabeth, Elizabeth killed Mary Which then drove Phillip of Spain (also a very strong Catholic start the Spanish Amanda. ...
Asked in Mary I of Scotland
Why was Mary Queen of Scots a danger?
because she had a valid claim to the English throne and was married to someone who also had a valid claim to the English throne because the Pope told the Catholic people of England not to recognize Elizabeth as Queen of England She was actually plotting to take over the throne of England ...
Asked in Elizabeth II, Monarchy, Elizabeth I
Who will take over the monarchy after Queen Elizabeth?
The next in line for the throne is her son Prince Charles, after him are his sons, Prince William and Prince Harry. ...
When will England have a king and a queen?
When (if) Charles comes to the throne after his Mother Queen Elizabeth passes away, he will be king regnant and his wife Camilla will be queen consort. Buckingham Palace has indicated that when (and if) Charles ascends the throne, Camilla shall be styled Princess Consort. Therefore a King and Queen may not occur until Charles son The Duke of Cambridge and his wife the Duchess take the throne. ...
Asked in History of England, Monarchy, Elizabeth I
Why did King James take the throne after Elizabeth died?
Elizabeth I died without issue (childless), so the succession passed to a cousin, James VI of Scotland, the son of Mary, Queen of Scots. When he took the throne after Elizabeth's death in 1603, he became James I of England. James and Elizabeth were both descended from Henry VII, and James was legitimately the next in line to the throne. ...
Asked in Monarchy, Elizabeth I, Elizabeth II
WHo will be the next Queen of England after Queen Elizabeth 2?
it depends on if queen elizabeth is married and has daughters then when she dies probably her oldest will take over ...
Asked in Elizabeth I, Royal Family, Elizabeth II
Was Queen Elizabeth Catholic?
No. While Queen Elizabeth did keep certain Catholic symbols, such as the crucifix, she was Protestant. Strong proof of this is the fact that she, according to Catholic law, was illegitemate, and thus would not have been able to take the throne. However, at least publically, she was mostly pragmatic in her relations with religion. ...