Loki and Sigyn maybe. The original picture didn't have a label.

Henry VII (Henry Tudor, Lancaster heir, so the 'Red rose' emblem) and Elizabeth of York (York heir, so 'White rose') and with their union as King and Queen of England, they put an end to the War of the Roses.

aawwn *_* ~A Certain Magical index ~

ADOPTEDThis is Lily and jake they are both 13 Lily loves jake and jake likes lily but he won't admit it they are both quiet and sweet adopt?

by burdge misfits (oh my...i've forgot their names...alysha, aisha and sam, simon)...

Aw c': older hazel and frank just perfect! one of the best frank and hazel fan art I've ever seen!<--- mostly because everyone forgets about Frazel which make me so sad!

The same brooch The same pearls The same love. Beautiful photo of Queen and Prince Philip.

The same brooch The same pearls The same love.

I really do admire Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Phillip.how Prince Phillip has been supporting the queen for the past 60 years.not to mention i think they make a good looking couple too. Long live the Queen and Prince Phillip.

Mary II (1662 - 1694). Daughter of King James II and Anne Hyde. She married William of Orange and had no children.

'Queen Mary II' by Jan Verkolje. Mary ruled England jointly alongside her husband William III, after they overthrew her catholic father, James II. Her sister Anne succeeded Mary and William after their respective deaths in 1694 and

Margaret of France, 1279-1318, 2nd Queen consort to Edward I Longshanks of England (1239-1307, ruled 1272-1307)   Married: 9/08/1299 (Edward was 60) but was never crowned. The couple had 2 sons and a daughter. Margaret was a daughter of Philip III of France and Maria of Brabant | www.octavia.net

Who Were the Plantagenet Queens of England?

Margaret of France Queen consort to: Edward I Longshanks of England ruled Married: September 1299 (Edward was Coronation; never crowned

Something to look back on when we're older: Chinese couple have wedding photos taken 88 years after their big day

Something to look back on when we're older: Chinese couple have wedding photos taken 88 years after their big day

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