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María de Padilla

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Birthplace: Burgos, Burgos, Spain
Death: Died in Medina-Sidonia, Andalusia, Spain
Cause of death: poisoned
Place of Burial: Sevilla, Spain
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Daughter of Juan García de Padilla, 1st Lord of Villgera ve María Fernández de Henestrosa
Partner of Pedro I el Cruel, rey de Castilla y León
Mother of Beatriz de Castilla y León, monja de Tordesillas; Constance of Castile, Duchess consort of Lancaster; Isabella of Castile, Duchess consort of York ve Alfonso, infante de Castilla y León
Sister of Juan García de Padilla y Villagera, maestre de Santiago ve Diego García de Padilla y Villagera, maestre de Calatrava

Occupation: Mistress who maried the king in 1353., María Díaz de Padilla
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About María de Padilla

María Díaz de Padilla (María de Padilla) (1334 – August 1361) was the mistress of Pedro I, King of Castile, whom she married in secret in 1353.

She was a Castilian noblewoman. Her father was Juan García de Padilla, 1st Lord of Villagera, her mother was his wife María Fernández de Henestrosa, a relative of Juan Fernández de Henestrosa, who mediated an apparent pardon to Fadrique Alfonso of Castile, a half-brother and rival of María de Padilla's lover Pedro I.

In the summer of 1353, under coercion from family and court nobles, Pedro denied the fact of his marriage to María to marry Blanca of Bourbon, but his relationship with María continued. María and Pedro I had at least four children: a daughter named Beatriz (born 1354), a daughter named Isabella (1355–1394), another daughter named Constance (1354–1394), and a son named Alfonso, crown-prince of Castile (1359 - October 19, 1362).

Two of their daughters were married to sons of Edward III, King of England. Isabella married Edmund of Langley, 1st Duke of York, while Constance married John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster.

Among the descendants of María de Padilla are all Kings of England starting with Edward IV of England, with the exception of Henry VII of England.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mar%C3%ADa_de_Padilla

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María Díaz de Padilla (María de Padilla) (1334 – August 1361) was the mistress of King Peter of Castile whom she married in secret in 1353.

She was a Castilian noblewoman. Her father was Juan García de Padilla, 1st Lord of Villagera, her mother was his wife María Fernández de Henestrosa, a relative of Juan Fernández de Henestrosa, who mediated an apparent pardon to Fadrique Alfonso of Castile, a half-brother and rival of María de Padilla's lover, King Peter.

In the summer of 1353, under coercion from family and court nobles, Peter denied the fact of his marriage to María to marry Blanche of Bourbon, but his relationship with María continued. María and Peter had at least four children: a daughter named Beatrice (born 1354), a daughter named Constance (1354–1394), another daughter named Isabella (1355–1394), and a son named Alfonso, crown-prince of Castile (1359 - October 19, 1362).

Two of their daughters were married to sons of Edward III, King of England. Isabella, married Edmund of Langley, 1st Duke of York, while the eldest, Constance, married John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster, leading him to claim the crown of Castile on behalf of his wife. The daughter of Constance, Catherine of Lancaster, was married by Henry III of Castile in order to reunify any claim to succession that may have passed via Constance.

Depictions in fiction

   * Gaetano Donizetti composed Maria Padilla (1841), an opera about her relationship with King Peter.
   * Rudolf Gottschall wrote Maria de Padilla (18??), a drama about her life.

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María de Padilla

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María de Padilla (1334 – August 1361) was the mistress of Pedro I, King of Castile, whom she married in secret in 1353.

She was a Castilian noblewoman. Her father was Juan García de Padilla, 1st Lord of Villagera, her mother was his wife María Fernández de Henestrosa, a relative of Juan Fernández de Henestrosa, who mediated an apparent pardon to Fadrique Alfonso of Castile, a half-brother and rival of María de Padilla's lover Pedro I.

In the summer of 1353, under coercion from family and court nobles, Pedro denied the fact of his marriage to María to marry Blanca of Bourbon, but his relationship with María continued. María and Pedro I had at least four children: a daughter named Beatriz (born 1354), a daughter named Isabella (1355–1394), another daughter named Constance (1354–1394), and a son named Alfonso, crown-prince of Castile (1359 - October 19, 1362).

Two of their daughters were married to sons of Edward III, King of England. Isabella married Edmund of Langley, 1st Duke of York, while Constance married John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster.

Among the descendants of María de Padilla are all Kings of England starting with Edward IV of England, with the exception of Henry VII of England. -------------------- María Díaz de Padilla (María de Padilla) (1334 – August 1361) was the mistress of King Peter of Castile whom she married in secret in 1353.

She was a Castilian noblewoman. Her father was Juan García de Padilla, 1st Lord of Villagera, her mother was his wife María Fernández de Henestrosa, a relative of Juan Fernández de Henestrosa, who mediated an apparent pardon to Fadrique Alfonso of Castile, a half-brother and rival of María de Padilla's lover, King Peter.

In the summer of 1353, under coercion from family and court nobles, Peter denied the fact of his marriage to María to marry Blanche of Bourbon, but his relationship with María continued. María and Peter had at least four children: a daughter named Beatrice (born 1354), a daughter named Constance (1354–1394), another daughter named Isabella (1355–1394), and a son named Alfonso, crown-prince of Castile (1359 - October 19, 1362).

Two of their daughters were married to sons of Edward III, King of England. Isabella, married Edmund of Langley, 1st Duke of York, while the eldest, Constance, married John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster, leading him to claim the crown of Castile on behalf of his wife. The daughter of Constance, Catherine of Lancaster, was married by Henry III of Castile in order to reunify any claim to succession that may have passed via Constance.

Depictions in Fiction

   * Gaetano Donizetti composed Maria Padilla (1841), an opera about her relationship with King Peter.
   * Rudolf Gottschall wrote Maria de Padilla (18??), a drama about her life.
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María de Padilla's Timeline

1339
1339
Burgos, Burgos, Spain
1353
1353
Age 14
Burgos, Burgos, Spain
1354
1354
Age 15
Cordova, Andalusia, Spain
1354
Age 15
Castrojeriz, Castille and Leon, Spain
1355
1355
Age 16
Morales de Toro, Castille and Leon, Spain
1359
1359
Age 20
Tordesillas, Castille and Leon, Spain
1361
14 Mayıs 1361
Age 22
Medina-Sidonia, Andalusia, Spain
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(favorite wife), (Padilla line)
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