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Virginity in the time of queen elizabeth
Elizabeth never married. This was certainly unexpected: she easily could have had her choice of husbands, and the Privy Council and her closest advisors constantly begged her to marry. As a result of her aversion to matrimony, she began to be called the "Virgin Queen. Sex was far from a polite discussion topic at the time and her affairs were not recorded in the same explicit detail as they might be today. Yet there is strong evidence that she likely had several affairs. Elizabeth certainly had the opportunity: she was constantly surrounded by men and was in a position of power over them.
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Elizabeth I: The Virgin Queen?
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During a time when female monarchs were assumed to marry and birth an heir, Queen Elizabeth I famously defined standards and never had a husband or children. During a time when female monarchs were assumed to marry and birth an heir, Queen Elizabeth I famously defined standards and never had a husband or children, earning her the nickname of the Virgin Queen. Seeing her mother Anne Boleyn essentially be sentenced to death for being unable to produce a male heir she was executed on false charges of incest, adultery, witchcraft and conspiracy against the king, her husband Henry VIII made Elizabeth immediately cautious about having kids herself. As Mary lost her crown and fled Scotland, Elizabeth decided she considered herself a man and declared she was married to her country. It really came from life and death stakes.
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This Is Why Queen Elizabeth I Died a Virgin at Age 69
Her reign was marked by immense growth for England, especially in world power and cultural influence. She was baptized three days later and was named after her paternal grandmother, Elizabeth of York. The princess's arrival was a bitter disappointment, as her parents had been certain that she would be a boy, the son Henry VIII so desperately wanted and had married Anne to have.
Please refresh the page and retry. Now, Dr Estelle Paranque, a historian and Tudor expert, claims to have discovered evidence of an intimate relationship between the monarch and a French ambassador, to whom she grew close when he moved to the UK. He was, claims the historian, soon to be found constantly by her side.