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Queen Elizabeth I Queen Elizabeth the first proved to be a very good and loyal monarch to England She brought about many changes both good and bad On September 7 1533 a baby girl came into the world Back then many parents would have been greatly disappointed to have had a baby girl rather then a boy However these parents were glad by the birth of their first child together These proud parents were the king and queen of England King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn The girl child was named Elizabeth The only reason for the birth of Elizabeth had been that she would have been male so that he could have been the heir to King Henry the VIII It wasnt until two years later that Henry realized he wasnt going to get a healthy male heir from Anne Boleyn She had miscarried twice before delivering a stillborn son When Elizabeth was two her father had her mother beheaded for adultery and treason this was just a way to rid himself of her rather then get a divorce This was not Henrys first wife this was his second wife His first wife had also born him a female child He had divorced her in hopes that he would get an heir from Anne With his first wife Catherine he had a daughter which they named Mary Between the time of Elizabeths mothers death and 1537 Henry married yet again The woman was named Jane Seymour and she cared greatly for Elizabeth She forced Henry to take Elizabeth back into the house as it was Elizabeth had been sent away for schooling and whatnot In 1537 Elizabeths new stepmother Jane Seymour gave birth to a son the birth of this son however brought about the death of Jane from bed fever The child was named Edward Once Edward had been born Elizabeth faded into the background
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