Definition of Henrietta Maria in English:

Henrietta Maria

Line breaks: Henri|etta Maria
Pronunciation: /hɛnrɪˌɛtə məˈrɪːə
 
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( 1609–69), daughter of Henry IV of France, Queen Consort of Charles I of England 1625–49. Her Roman Catholicism heightened public anxieties about the court’s religious sympathies and was a contributory cause of the English Civil War.

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