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His chief problem in foreign affairs was how to combine the two roles, but the arrangement of judicious marriages for his children offered up a solution which could potentially fulfil his ambitions.

Luckily for Elizabeth, Frederick was her own age, handsome, athletic, of a winning personality and generous. In many ways he resembled her brother Henry, with whom he developed a deep friendship.

Frederick could not fail to love Elizabeth although she was initially more reserved. The year-old bride was resplendent in a cloth of shimmering silver lined with taffeta.

Many diamonds of estimable value were embroidered upon her sleeves which dazzled the eyes of all the beholders. The handsome bridegroom, also aged 16, was attired in a fitting counterpoint to his stunning bride.

His white satin ensemble was richly embellished with pearls, symbolising purity and innocence and signifying a cosmic unity, a spiritual relationship between the two young people.

The wedding service itself was conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury, and the German-speaking groom uttered his well rehearsed vows in English, underlining the fact that through this union the Church of England was extending its influence across Europe.

Indeed, her high spirits only served to endear her to her family and wedding guests. In classical texts, the phoenix lived to a great age and finally burnt itself to ashes on an altar fire from which a new young phoenix arose.

The lavish evening celebrations included a masque written by Thomas Campion and produced by Inigo Jones unfortunately at least one spectator found it long and tedious, commendable only for its extravagance.

At the time of their marriage, Elizabeth and her young groom Frederick V were destined to achieve international power and influence.

For almost two months, the young couple were feted and feasted in London before setting out on their journey to their new home in Heidelberg, in south west Germany.

Elizabeth and Frederick eventually reached the Palatinate and its capital in Heidelberg situated on the banks of the river Neckar.

Elizabeth upheld the standard of entertainment she had grown accustomed to during her youth and engaged Inigo Jones, who accompanied Elizabeth and Frederick to their new residence in the Lower Palatinate, to design an indoor theatre.

Six years later, in late , Frederick and Elizabeth were crowned King and Queen of Bohemia today part of the Czech Republic at the invitation of the Bohemia Confederacy to prevent a Catholic incumbent ascending to the throne.

Barely a year after receiving the crown, the couple were defeated at the Battle of the White Mountain, and driven from their court in Prague and deprived of all their Palatine lands by the Hapsburg Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand II, events which led to one of the longest and most destructive conflicts in human history:The Thirty Years War.

During their separations whilst Frederick was on campaign, the couple wrote to each other three or four times a week, sometimes even twice in one day.

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The battle was one of the factors which led to the start of the Thirty Years War, a devastating war of religion which tore the continent apart.

By 8 November , Elizabeth and Frederick were fleeing Prague. The pregnant Elizabeth sought refuge in many surrounding towns, but those unwilling to offend Emperor Ferdinand II could not help her.

Like the Virgin Mary, Elizabeth travelled from town to town to find somewhere for her lying-in, she eventually gave birth to her son Maurice in a cold, crumbling castle owned by a friend.

The saviour of the winter family was the United Provinces. Connected by blood to Frederick and enemies to the Habsburgs, the Princes of Orange provided a home at The Hague for the family as well as financial support.

Even with this money and a pension from her father James I, Elizabeth found herself deep in debt. Still clinging on to her titles of Queen and Electress and also as the Heiress Presumptive to the British throne, Elizabeth had to entertain a constant stream of ambassadors and nobles.

During her time as a queen in exile, Elizabeth saw a great amount of change happening around her. Her father died and was succeeded by her brother Charles I; Elizabeth could do nothing for her brother who had always tried his utmost to fund her cause and was heartbroken after hearing of his execution.

The Winter Queen then found her circumstances reduced even further, during the interregnum; her pension from England stopped, and her debts grew, she pawned anything of value and wore clothes full of holes.

Still, she held on to her dignity and the love of everyone who met her. Elizabeth was known for her kind nature and would never refuse a request; she was known as the Queen of Hearts.

After over forty years at The Hague, Elizabeth returned to England. Elizabeth spent almost a year living happily in England, surrounded by friends.

The great lady died of Pneumonia on 13 February with her son Rupert by her side and was buried in Westminster Abbey. Two daughters; Elisabeth and Louise, unable to marry because of the lack of a dowry and uncertainty about their rank, became Abbesses.

Elizabeth idolised her older brother - they shared a love of life which eluded the sickly Charles, four years younger than his sister.

Her letters to Henry reveal a deep affection and and mutual respect. Disguised as a country girl, she tried several times to gain admittance to Henry but was recognised and turned back.

As King of England, as well as of Scotland, James I had a wider responsibility than before his succession and his relations with Europe assumed a correspondingly greater significance.

His chief problem in foreign affairs was how to combine the two roles, but the arrangement of judicious marriages for his children offered up a solution which could potentially fulfil his ambitions.

Luckily for Elizabeth, Frederick was her own age, handsome, athletic, of a winning personality and generous. In many ways he resembled her brother Henry, with whom he developed a deep friendship.

Frederick could not fail to love Elizabeth although she was initially more reserved. The year-old bride was resplendent in a cloth of shimmering silver lined with taffeta.

Many diamonds of estimable value were embroidered upon her sleeves which dazzled the eyes of all the beholders. The handsome bridegroom, also aged 16, was attired in a fitting counterpoint to his stunning bride.

His white satin ensemble was richly embellished with pearls, symbolising purity and innocence and signifying a cosmic unity, a spiritual relationship between the two young people.

The wedding service itself was conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury, and the German-speaking groom uttered his well rehearsed vows in English, underlining the fact that through this union the Church of England was extending its influence across Europe.

Marriage would cost Elizabeth her father and her father's kingdom. When James had succeeded to the English throne in , England had acquired a new role in European affairs.

Unlike the childless Elizabeth I , James, by simply "having children, could play an important role in dynastic politics". Most of her suitors were rejected quickly for a variety of reasons.

Some simply were not of high enough birth, had no real prospects to offer, or in the case of Gustavus Adolphus, who on all other grounds seemed like a perfect match, because "his country was at war with Queen Anne 's native Denmark".

Frederick was of undeniably high lineage. His ancestors included the kings of Aragon and Sicily, the landgraves of Hesse, the dukes of Brabant and Saxony, and the counts of Nassau and Leuven.

He was "a senior Prince of the Empire" and a staunch defender of the Protestant faith. Frederick arrived in England on 16 October , and the match seemed to please them both from the beginning.

Their contemporaries noted how Frederick seemed to "delight in nothing but her company and conversation". King James did not take into consideration the couple's happiness, but saw the match as "one step in a larger process of achieving domestic and European concord".

As the daughter of a king, the sister of a king, the wife of a king, and the mother of a future king, she also desired to be the mother of a queen.

She is said to have been somewhat fond of Frederick's mild manner and generous nature, but simply felt that he was of low stock.

On 6 November Henry, Prince of Wales, died. His death took an emotional toll on Elizabeth, and her new position as second in line to the throne made her an even more desirable match.

Queen Anne and those like-minded who had "always considered the Palsgrave to be an unworthy match for her, were emboldened in their opposition". Above all, he was "regarded as the future head of the Protestant interest in Germany".

The wedding took place on 14 February at the royal chapel at the Palace of Whitehall and was a grand occasion that saw more royalty than ever visit the court of England.

A contemporary author viewed the whole marriage as a prestigious event that saw England "lend her rarest gem, to enrich the Rhine". After almost a two-month stay in London for continued celebrations, the couple began their journey to join the Electoral court in Heidelberg.

The journey was filled with meeting people, sampling foods and wines, and being entertained by a wide variety of performers and companies.

At each place the young couple stopped, Elizabeth was expected to distribute presents. The cash to allow her to do so was not readily available, so she had to use one of her own jewels as collateral so that the goldsmith Abraham Harderet would "provide her with suitable presents on credit".

Her arrival in Heidelberg was seen as "the crowning achievement of a policy which tried to give the Palatinate a central place in international politics" and was long anticipated and welcomed.

Although Elizabeth and Frederick were considered to be genuinely in love and remained a romantic couple throughout the course of their marriage, problems already had begun to arise.

Elizabeth gave birth to three children in Heidelberg: Frederick Henry, Hereditary Prince of the Palatinate sometimes called Henry Frederick was born in , Charles in , and Elisabeth in In Elizabeth's husband Frederick was one of those offered the throne of Bohemia.

The Kingdom of Bohemia was "an aristocratic republic in all but name", whose nobles elected the monarch. It was one of the few successful pluralist states.

The Habsburg heir apparent, Archduke Ferdinand, was a fervent Catholic who brutally persecuted Protestants in his realm of Styria. The Bohemian nobles had to choose between "either accepting Ferdinand as their king after all or taking the ultimate step of deposing him".

Frederick, although doubtful, was persuaded to accept. Elizabeth "appealed to his honour as a prince and a cavalier, and to his humanity as a Christian", aligning herself with him completely.

Vitus Cathedral at the Prague Castle on 4 November The coronation of Elizabeth as Queen of Bohemia followed three days later. The royal couple's third son, Prince Rupert , was born in Prague one month after the coronation.

There was great popular rejoicing. Thus, Frederick's reign in Bohemia had begun well, but only lasted one year. Elizabeth is remembered as the "Winter Queen", and Frederick as the "Winter King", in reference to the brevity of their reign, and to the season of the battle.

It was there on 6 January that she "in an easy labour lasting little more than an hour" was delivered of a healthy son, Maurice. The military defeat, however, meant that there was no longer a prospect of returning to Prague, and the entire family was forced to flee.

They could no longer return to the Palatinate as, despite the assistance of Elizabeth's father, it was occupied by the Catholic league and a Spanish contingent.

So, after a courteous invitation from the Prince of Orange was extended their way, they made their move toward The Hague. The Stuart princess, turned Electress , was now a queen in exile.

Elizabeth arrived in The Hague in the spring of with only a small nucleus court, and the expectation was that it would be there that Elizabeth would remain for the rest of her life.

Exile in The Hague, although relatively safe and comfortable, was not a particularly friendly or pleasant place to be and consequently, Elizabeth's heart was never really in it.

The two women became rivals at the court of The Hague. While in exile Elizabeth produced eight more children, four boys and four girls.

The last, Gustavus , was born on 2 January and baptised in the Cloister Church where two of his siblings who had died young, Louis and Charlotte , were buried.

Later that same month, Frederick said farewell to Elizabeth and set out on a journey to join the King of Sweden on the battlefield.

Things for Frederick did not go as planned and, after declining conditions set out by King Gustavus Adolphus that would have seen the Swedish King assist in his restoration, the pair parted with Frederick heading back toward The Hague.

Unfortunately, he never was reunited with Elizabeth. Since the beginning of October he had been suffering from an infection, and he died on the morning of 29 November

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