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Descendant of the Medieval Hungarian Kings Celebrated Throughout Britain

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Did you know that Elizabeth II is a descendant of the Hungarian conqueror Árpád — of the female branches?

From the Pagan Hungarian Prince Árpád to British Queen Elizabeth II, thirty-nine generations follow each other through more than a thousand years of European history.

Did you know? This is not fake news and just like most European monarchs today, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II also has the blood of the ancient Hungarian Árpád Dynasty in her veins — with Árpád the Conqueror, and kings András I, Béla III, and András II among her ancestors. 

Just recently, Great Britain and the Commonwealth of Nations are celebrating the 70th anniversary of the accession, that is, the Platinum Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, of the House of Windsor (the House of Saxe–Coburg and Gotha, originally), whose ancestors include many different blue-blooded members of royal dynasties of Europe.

So, the blood of Árpád Dynasty is also part of the genetic makeup of the British royal family.

Elizabeth II is a descendant of the Hungarian conqueror Árpád — of the female branches. On her family tree going back 1100 years, her lineage can be precisely traced back through subsequent generations of Hungarian, Polish, Czech, Castilian, Aragonese, French, Scottish, and English kings, queens, and princesses. 

As we read this long list of names of major personalities of European and world history, as well as forgotten princes and princesses, we get a glimpse of the rich and multi-layered history of our continent. 

From Árpád, thirty-nine generations (counting Prince Charles and Prince William, and the little Prince George, forty-two generations) succeeded from the Eastern European steppe in the 9th century to the 21st Century. 

The Family Tree:

Árpád, the first prince of the Hungarian conquerors at the end of the 9th century

Zolta (Solt, Zsolt)

Taksony

Mihály (Prince Géza’s younger brother, uncle of the first King of Hungary, Stephen I)

Vazul

András I (1015-1060), 4th king of Hungary

Adelhaid (1040-1062); her husband was King Vratislav II of Bohemia 

Judit (1057-1086) of Bohemia; her husband was the Polish Prince Władysław I Herman 

Bolesław III Krzywousty, Polish Prince (1085-1138)

Władysław Wygnaniec, Polish Prince (1105-1159)

Richeza of Poland (1140-1185); her husband was King Alfonso VII of León and Castile

Sancha of Castile (1154/5-1208); her husband was King Alfonso II of Aragon

King Peter II of Aragon (1174-1213); his sibling was Constance of Aragon who became the wife of King Imre of Hungary

James I of Aragon (1213-1276); his wife was Hungarian Princess Jolánta (András II’s daughter, granddaughter of Béla III, great-granddaughter of Géza II—a double Hungarian connection here)

Isabella of Aragon (1247-1271); her husband was Philip III of France

Philip IV of France (Philip the Fair) (1268-1314), one of the most significant kings in the history of France

Isabella of France (1295-1398); her husband was King Edward II of England

King Edward III of England (1312-1377)

John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster (1340-1398/9)

John Beaufort, Earl of Somerset (1373-1410), the illegitimate son of John of Gaunt 

John Beaufort, Duke of Somerset (1404-1444)

Lady Margaret Beaufort (1443-1509); her husband was Edmund Tudor

King Henry VII of England (1456/7-1509)

Margaret Tudor (1489-1541), King Henry VIII’s sibling

King James V of Scotland (1512-1542)

Mary Stuart I, Queen of Scotland (1542-1587)

King James I of Scotland and England (1566-1625)

Elizabeth Stuart (1596- 1662); her husband was Frederick V of the Palatine, the Winter King

Princess Sophia (1630-1714); her husband was Elector Ernest Augustus of Hanover

George I of England (1660-1727)

George II of England (1683-1760)

Frederick, Prince of Wales (1706/7-1751)

George III of England (1738-1820)

Prince Edward, Duke of Kent (1767-1820)

Queen Victoria (1819-1901); her husband was Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha

King Edward VII of England (1841-1910)

King George V of England (1865-1936)

King George VI of England (1895-1952)

Queen Elizabeth II (1926- )

Did you know that Elizabeth II is a descendant of the Hungarian conqueror Árpád — of the female branches?

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