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  1. Philippa accompanied her husband on expeditions to Scotland and the rest of Europe in the early campaigns of the Hundred Years War, where she won acclaim for her gentle nature and compassion.

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  3. Philippa married Edward at York Minster, on 24 January 1328. This was eleven months after he was made King. The real rulers of the kingdom were his mother, Queen Dowager Isabella and her lover Roger Mortimer, 1st Earl of March. They jointly acted as his regents.

  4. Biography: Philippa of Hainault was the wife of King Edward III and Queen of England. She also served as her husband's political adviser and even acted as regent in 1346 during the period he was busy with the Hundred Years' War.

  5. Philippa of Hainault was the daughter of the Earl of Hainault, and married Edward III, king of England, in 1327. In 1346, when, after the victorious battle of Cressy, Edward lay be Dalais, David Bruce, king of Scotland, invaded the north of England, and ravaged the country as far as Durham.

  6. Philippa was married by proxy at Valenciennes in October 1327, and landed in England in December. She joined Edward at York, where she was married on the 30th of January 1328.

  7. Nov 23, 2023 · Explore genealogy for Philippa (Hainaut) of Hainault born abt. 1314 Valenciennes, Flanders died 1369 Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England including ancestors + descendants + 9 photos + 9 genealogist comments + questions + more in the free family tree community.

  8. Who was Philippa of Hainault? Philippa of Hainaut was Queen of England as the wife of King Edward III. Edward, Duke of Guyenne, her future husband, promised in 1326 to marry her within the following two years.

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