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  1. Frances Teresa Stewart, Duchess of Richmond and Lennox (8 July 1647 – 15 October 1702) was a prominent member of the Court of the Restoration and famous for refusing to become a mistress of Charles II of England.

  2. Frances Teresa Stuart, Duquesa de Richmond e Lennox (Paris, 8 de julho de 1647 [1] – Lennoxlove House, 15 de outubro de 1702), foi uma proeminente cortesã inglesa durante a Restauração, conhecida por recusar converter-se em amante de Carlos II de Inglaterra.

  3. 4 de abr. de 2024 · Frances Teresa Stuart, duchess of Richmond and Lennox was a favourite mistress of Charles II of Great Britain. She also held the title of Duchess of Richmond and Lennox. The daughter of Walter Stuart (or Stewart), a physician in the household of Queen Henrietta Maria when in exile after the death.

  4. In the Westminster Abbey collection, in the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Galleries, is a life size (5 feet 8 inches) wax effigy of Frances Teresa (Stuart), Duchess of Richmond and Lennox. Known as 'La Belle Stuart' she was born in 1647, the daughter of Walter Stuart (a distant relative of the royal house of Stuart) and his wife Sophia.

  5. 6 de out. de 2022 · Politics & History. The Woman Famous for Not Sleeping With a King. As a lady-in-waiting to the Queen of England, Frances Stuart was known as much for her ability to fend off the advances of King Charles II as for her beauty. Portrait of Frances Theresa Stuart, Duchess of Richmond and Lennox by Peter Lely, 1662. via Wikimedia Commons.

  6. Frances Teresa Stuart, Duchess of Richmond and Lennox. (1647-1702), Famous beauty; wife of 3rd Duke of Richmond. Sitter in 12 portraits. Noted for her beauty; the original model for the figure of Britannia on the coinage since 1667; educated in France, she was known as ' La Belle Stuart' for her high spirits, beauty and kindness; came to ...

  7. views 3,191,347 updated. Frances Teresa Stuart Richmond and Lennox, duchess of, 1647–1702, mistress of Charles II of England. The daughter of an exiled Scottish physician, she was educated in France and returned to England as maid of honor to Charles's queen, Catherine of Braganza.