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Roger Mortimer and Isabella of France

My ancestor is pictured here, Roger Mortimer "ISABELLA OF FRANCE (born between 1288-1296-d.1358). QUEEN CONSORT OF EDWARD II from 25th January, 1308 until her husband's deposition on 20th January, 1327. HOUSE OF PLANTAGENET. PICTURE: 15th century manuscript illustration of Isabella of France with Roger Mortimer (hence the reason why Isabella and her lover are wearing Gothic armor). From a manuscript in the British Library."

Isabella of France, mother of Edward III, and lover of Roger Mortimer.

Isabella of France and her lover, Roger Mortimer, invade England, 1326.

Isabella of France, Roger Mortimer and their troops, from my latest execution blog

Isabella of France, Queen of England

Queen Isabella (21st gg) - married the bisexual Edward II of England as a 12-year-old, lived with him for 17 years, bore him four children, fled to France in fear of his powerful favorite, returned with her lover, Roger Mortimer, to lead a rebellion and place her son on the throne and eventually saw Mortimer executed as her son asserted his power.

Queen Isabella lands in England

Isabella of France 1292 - 1358 | The marriage of Edward II and Isabella of France.

Blessed Isabella of France

Isabella of France is welcomed in Paris.

Castle Rising built around 1140AD. Isabella (the She Wolf) of France was imprisoned at Castle Rising for her remaining twenty years. When she conspired with her lover Roger Mortimer in overthrowing and murdering her husband Edward II in 1327.