After the death of Margaret's mother, Siemowit remarried to Anna of Ziębice. They had a couple of children who died young before Anna gave birth to a healthy son, Henry. Siemowit did not believe the child was his; he accused his wife of adultery and had her strangled. Henry was then cast away.
Margaret (before 1358-14 May 1388/4 April 1396), married firstly to Casimir IV, Duke of Pomerania and secondly to Henry VII of Brzeg. Siemowit IV of Masovia (b. ca. 1353/1356 - d. January 21, 1426), succeeded his father as Duke of Masovia. Siemowit remarried, after Euphemia's death to Anna, daughter of Nicolas of Ziębice. From this marriage he ...
Margaret (before 1358-14 May 1388/4 April 1396), married firstly to Casimir IV, Duke of Pomerania and secondly to Henryk VIII with a Scar. Siemowit IV of Masovia (b. ca. 1353/1356- d. January 21, 1426), succeeded his father as Duke of Masovia. Siemowit remarried, after Euphemia's death to Anna, daughter of Nicolas of Ziębice.
- 16 June 1381
- Anna of Ziębice
- Euphemia of Troppau (c1320-1352)
- Duke of Masovia
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In 1363, Siemowit was invited to Krakow for the marriage of Elizabeth of Pomerania, granddaughter of the king of Poland, with the Emperor Charles IV. In September 1364 he participated in a conference in Krakow, which offered five crowned kings, dukes and princes extravagant festivities and tournaments.
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- 1958: Princess Margaret and Antony Armstrong-Jones meet. According to The Telegraph, three years after publicly declaring the end of her scrutinized relationship with divorcé Group Captain Peter Townsend (who was 16 years her senior), Margaret met Lord Snowdon.
- 1959: They pull off an undercover engagement. During the Christmas holiday in 1959, Vanity Fair reports that Armstrong-Jones asked for Queen Elizabeth II's permission to propose to her sister.
- 1960: Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon's fairy tale wedding is televised. Princess Margaret, then 29 years old, and Armstrong-Jones, then 30, were married in an elaborate ceremony at Westminster Abbey on May 6.
- 1961: The couple have their first child. Despite the obvious strife we see depicted between the two during season 3 of The Crown, the early part of their marriage was blissful.
February 18, 2020 at 1:35 pm. At first glance, the marriage of Princess Margaret to Antony Armstrong-Jones, later Lord Snowdon, on 6 May 1960 seemed like a fairy tale – the beautiful princess marries the handsome young man who has secretly courted her. The princess – lovely, wilful, passionate, haloed with the mystique of royalty – was an ultra-desirable figure of her day.
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