What risque dance was a particular favorite of Queen Elizabeth I?
In the Elizabethan Era, dance styles were separated by those for the upper classes and those for the lower classes. Although Elizabeth's favorite dance was the Galliard, she also enjoyed the Volte (Volt or Lavolta), which was a suggestive or risque dance. It was the only dance style of the upper classes that allowed partners to embrace closely in the court and the male partners to lift the females high above their heads.
Regnal numbers, I II, IV etc are only applied to the Monarch. If the Monarch's spouse is a female then she automatically becomes Queen Consort. Hence: Queen Elizabeth I, followed by Queen Elizabeth the Queen Consort and then Queen Elizabeth II. When Queen Elizabeth II ascended to the throne Queen Elizabeth became Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother a title afforded to her by Queen Elizabeth II