Were Queen Victoria's father married to her mother?
Queen Victoria's parents were married first in Germany and then they had a second ceremony in London in which Victoria's parents and her fathers brother William married.
Assuming you mean the Queen Mother her father was... Claude Bowes-Lyon, 14th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne and her mother was... Cecilia Bowes-Lyon, Countess of Strathmore and Kinghorne But if you mean Queen Elizabeth II her father was... King George VI and her mother... Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother But if you mean Queen Elizabeth I her father was... King Henry VIII her mother was... Queen Anne Boleyn
No, Antigone's father didn't kill his wife. Antigone's father was Theban King Oedipus. Her mother was Theban Queen Jocasta. Antigone's father unknowingly killed Laius, his father and his King. He unknowingly married his own mother. The knowledge of the incest, parricide, and regicide resulted in Queen Jocasta committing suicide and in Oedipus blinding himself.
No. She was the mother of the queen. The Queen Mother was a Queen. She was the Queen Consort of King George VI. During the reign of King George VI the Queen Mother was known as Queen Elizabeth. Upon the death of her husband, George VI (the present Queen's father). Princess Elizabeth accended to the British Throne as Queen Elizabeth II. Since then we have known her as the Queen Mother.