Catherine, of Braganza, Queen Consort of Charles II (1638 -1705)

Catherine of Braganza was the daughter of Juan, Duke of Braganza, who in 1640 became Juan IV, King of Portugal, and Luiza de Guzman, daughter of the Duke of Medina Sidonia. In 1662 she married Charles II, who received, as part of her dowry, Tangier and Bombay. They had no children. After Charles's

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Arms: Quarterly 1 & 4. Three fleurs-de-lys (France modern) 2 & 3 Three lions passant gardant (England) 2. Scotland. 3. Ireland impaling five shields in cross each charged with five plates in saltire a bordure charged with seven castles for Castile (Portugal)
Quarterings: 1 & 4. Three fleurs-de-lys (France modern) 2 & 3 Three lions passant gardant (England) 2. Scotland. 3. Ireland impaling five shields in cross each charged with five plates in saltire a bordure charged with seven castles for Castile (Portugal)
Coronet: Royal
Impalement: Five shields in cross each charged with five plates in saltire a bordure charged with seven castles for Castile (Portugal)
Heraldic Charges: England, Heraldic Charges: France, Heraldic Charges: Ireland, Heraldic Charges: Scotland
Arms: Five shields in cross each charged with five plates in saltire a bordure charged with seven castles for Castile (Portugal)
Coronet: Royal
Heraldic Charges: bordure, Heraldic Charges: castles (7), Heraldic Charges: roundels (5), Heraldic Charges: shields (5)