Claude of France facts for kids
Queen Claude (École française, 16th century)
|Duchess of Brittany|
|Reign||9 January 1514 – 20 July 1524|
|Queen consort of France|
|Tenure||1 January 1515 – 20 July 1524|
|Coronation||10 May 1517|
13 October 1499|
|Died||20 July 1524
Château de Blois
|Burial||Saint Denis Basilica|
|Spouse||Francis I of France|
|Francis III, Duke of Brittany
Henry II of France
Madeleine, Queen of Scots
Charles, Duke of Orléans
Margaret, Duchess of Savoy
|Father||Louis XII of France|
|Mother||Anne, Duchess of Brittany|
Claude of France (October 14, 1499 – July 20, 1524) was the daughter of Louis XII of France and Anne of Brittany. Claude had no brothers, but was not allowed to be the Queen of France in her own right after her father died because of the Salic Law. Instead she became the Queen consort of France by marrying the next King of France, Francis I of France.
Henry II of France was Claude's son.
After she got married Claude spent the rest of her life having babies. She died when she was only 24.
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