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  1. Filipa de Hainault (em inglês: Philippa; Valenciennes, 24 de junho de 1314 — Castelo de Windsor, 15 de agosto de 1369), foi rainha consorte da Inglaterra como esposa de Eduardo III de Inglaterra. [1]

  2. Philippa of Hainault (sometimes spelled Hainaut; Middle French: Philippe de Hainaut; 24 June 1310 (or 1315) – 15 August 1369) was Queen of England as the wife and political adviser of King Edward III. She acted as regent in 1346, when her husband was away for the Hundred Years' War.

  3. Filipa de Haino (24 de junho de 1314 Filipa; Valenciennes – 15 de agosto de 1369 Castelo de Windsor) foi rainha da Inglaterra e esposa de Eduardo III da Inglaterra. Ela era filha de Guilherme I de Haineau, Conde de Haineau, Holanda e Zelândia, e Joana de Valois, ela era prima da rainha da Inglaterra e sogra de Isabella Filipa da França ...

  4. Filipa da Inglaterra (Peterborough, 4 de julho de 1394 – 5 de janeiro de 1430), também chamada de Filipa de Lencastre, foi uma princesa inglesa, mais tarde, esposa do rei Érico da Pomerânia e Rainha Consorte da Dinamarca, Suécia e Noruega de 1406 até sua morte.

  5. 23 de set. de 2019 · 23 Sep 2019. Philippa was born in c. February or March 1314. She was the third daughter of Willem, count of Hainault, Holland and Zeeland in modern-day Belgium and the Netherlands; and Jeanne de Valois, a granddaughter of Philip III of France, niece of Philip IV and sister of Philip VI.

  6. 23 de jun. de 2020 · Philippa of Hainault and Edward III formed one of the great royal marriages of the Middle Ages. Philippa was, in effect, exchanged for ships and soldiers so that her mother-in-law could invade England – the most unromantic beginning to a marriage imaginable.

  7. 4 de mar. de 2023 · Philippa of Hainault, consort of Edward III, is widely acknowledged as one of the great success stories of medieval queenship. This success has often been attributed to Philippa’s supposed submissiveness to contemporary expectations of her roles as wife and mother.