queen consort

NOUN
  1. the wife of a reigning king
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How To Use queen consort In A Sentence

  • The death at the age of 101 of the former Queen consort after 50 years of widowhood since the death of King George Vl, however, was not an appropriate peg for such discussion.
  • Some of his prophecies appeared to be fulfilled, and his fame became so widespread that he was invited to the court of Catherine de Medicis, queen consort of Henry II of France, where he cast the horoscopes of her children.
  • After all, if a woman who marries a sovereign king becomes a queen consort, why shouldn't a man who marries a sovereign queen become a king consort?
  • Of course, this in no way undermines the contributions of other historical British queens and queen consorts.
  • The impressive scale of this escort was designed to convey an unmistakable message about the status and importance of those who were to be accompanied, namely the queen consort of the King of Scotland and England and the royal children.
  • Born in 1542, she married the French Dauphin in 1558 and became the queen consort a year later.
  • The Archduchess was an avid hunting companion of Henry’s second queen consort, Anne Boleyn, as well as a bit of a gambler at cards, having once lost and then regained her wedding band from one of Henry's nobles.
  • She was surely the most distinguished queen consort we have had.
  • The Pavillion de La Bouexiere, as it was called in the eighteenth century, attracted noted celebrities such as Louis XV's queen consort, Marie Leszczynska.
  • Salomon, the eldest, arrived first, around 1607, and his earliest works were for the queen consort, Anne of Denmark.
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