Queen Elizabeth
Queen Elizabeth
Biographical Information
IRL: History's Queen Elizabeth
Real Name: Elizabeth Tudor
Title: Princess of England

The Lady Elizabeth
Queen of England
Queen of Ireland
Her Majesty
Supreme Head of the Church of England

Predecessor: Mary Tudor
Next in Line: James Stuart
Born: September 7, 1533
Age: 32
Religion: Protestant
Originally From: London, England
Parents: King Henry VIII(Father)

Anne Boleyn(Mother)

Family: Margaret Tudor † (Aunt)

Mary Boleyn(Aunt)
Mary Tudor(Half-Sister)
Edward Tudor(Half-Brother)
King James Stuart(First cousin)
Mary Stuart (First cousin once removed)
James Stuart (First cousin once removed)

Interests: Gideon Blackburn

Robert Dudley (Estranged)

Affiliations: Kingdom of England

House of Tudor
House of Boleyn‏‎
Elizabeth and Gideon‏‎

Physical Description
Gender: Female
Height: 5'10
Status: Alive
Signature: Elizabeth Tudor's Signature
Character Information
First appearance: Burn
Portrayed by: Rachel Skarsten

Character Flag - England ♔ Female Princess Bastard Queen Season 2 Season 3 Season 4
"Catherine de' Medici, what a pleasure to meet someone so legendary. Common lore is that your teeth are filed to points
and your eyes are black with rage. Yet here you are. Lovely
as a sunny day.
Queen Elizabeth

Elizabeth Tudor is the Queen of England and Ireland. She is the daughter of King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. She is Mary I of Scotland's first cousin once removed, and are only a couple years apart. Elizabeth's father was the younger brother of Mary Stuart's grandmother, Margaret Tudor. After the death of her sister Mary, Elizabeth became sole ruler, and Queen of England at the age of 25.

Early LifeEdit

She was the daughter of Henry VIII of England and his second wife, Anne Boleyn. Elizabeth was Anne's first and only child. She was born a princess of England, but after her mother's death, her father declared her illegitimate. She spent months in The Tower of London during her sister, Queen Mary Tudor's rule.

Season 1 Edit

Pilot - (Mentioned)

Snakes in the Garden - (Mentioned)

  • Mary Stuart talked with Simon Westbrook about how their kingdom's Queen Mary Tudor was becoming very sick. Many questioned the legitimacy of Elizabeth I and called her a bastard, saying that the next person on the throne should be herself.

Left Behind - (Mentioned)

  • Diane de Poitiers used the case of Elizabeth from England as an example of a bastard child being declared legitimate, saying that many kings in Europe were doing the same.

Fated - (Mentioned)

  • King Henry II of France announced that Mary I of England was dying. Once she was declared dead, he wanted Mary I of Scotland and his son, Prince Francis to already be married and to take England together with Mary of Scotland as the new Queen, intending on skipping over Henry VIII's own daughter, Elizabeth, since she was Protestant.

Inquisition - (Mentioned)

Long Live The King - (Mentioned)

  • Her sister, Mary Tudor died, and named her the new Queen of England.

Slaughter Of Innocence - (Mentioned)

  • Queen Elizabeth was informed by her spies that Mary Queen of Scots was seen wearing the English colours. An indication that she was going to reach for the English Crown.

Season 2Edit

Three Queens - (Mentioned)

  • Elizabeth sent imposters to France to impersonate the King and Queen of France. They were to collect tax payers money and set their homes on fire to anyone that could not, thus creating hatred for the royal couple among their own citizens. Elizabeth wanted to ruin Queen Mary's name and reputation for wearing the English Coat of Arms, for all but declaring herself England's Queen.

Sins of the Past - (Mentioned)


Queen Elizabeth - Burn
  • Queen Elizabeth met with Catherine de' Medici in London England. After a few short words of fake pleasantries, the French Queen offered to help the English Queen with the problem of her cousin, Mary, Queen of Scots.

Season 3Edit

After much debate, and not wanting to lose Robert above all else, Elizabeth announces to her council that she believes Robert Dudley is not qualified enough to be the English ambassador to France. He angrily confronts her about making a fool of him in front of everyone and storms away. When they're alone, they argue and Elizabeth claims that his marriage is the real problem. She tasks Nicholas with being the English ambassador to France and spying on the French royals. [1]


Queen Elizabeth: Catherine de' Medici, what a pleasure to meet someone so legendary. Common lore is that your teeth are filed to points and your eyes are black with rage. Yet here you are. Lovely as a sunny day.
Queen Catherine: You radiant warmth and beauty yourself. Though I know you are responsible for the death of nearly a thousand men in France, just this month alone. My son was nearly one of them.
Queen Elizabeth: Oh, well you mustn't listen to gossip. [2]



  • Is the godmother of James Stuart as requested by her cousin Mary.
  • Actively avoided interaction with Mary before she was sentenced to death as her godson noted that she has guilt about not being Mary's ally.

Historical NotesEdit

  • Queen Elizabeth, and her younger brother Edward (King Henry's first surviving son) were raised Protestant.
  • Elizabeth became Queen of England when she was 25 years old.
  • King Philip II of Spain was married to Elizabeth's sister Mary Tudor, before he married Elisabeth Valois. When he did marry his 3rd wife, Elisabeth of France, Elizabeth of England was already Queen.
  • Her older sister, Mary Tudor imprisoned her in The Tower of London for 2 months after she became Queen.
  • In 1570, Prince Henry and Queen Elizabeth were in talks to possibly marry and produce an heir. Elizabeth is viewed by historians as having intended only to arouse the concern of Spain. Nothing ever happened, as Elizabeth was 37, to Prince Henry's 19.
  • In 1571 Captain John Hawkins saved Queen Elizabeth life by pretending to be part of the Ridolfi Plot.
  • Queen Elizabeth personally knew William Shakespeare.
  • An era knows as The Elizabethan era, or The Golden Age, was named after Queen Elizabeth, and followers her reign from 1558 to 1603.
  • Queen Elizabeth was never in a romantic relationship with Archduke Ferdinand. He was still married to his first wife and would be for another 15 years until 1580.


Season Two
The Plague Drawn and Quartered Coronation The Lamb and the Slaughter Blood for Blood Three Queens The Prince of the Blood Terror of the Faithful Acts of War Mercy Getaway
Banished Sins of the Past The End of Mourning Forbidden Tasting Revenge Tempting Fate Reversal of Fortune Abandoned Fugitive The Siege Burn
Season Three
Three Queens, Two Tigers Betrothed Extreme Measures The Price In A Clearing Fight or Flight The Hound and the Hare Our Undoing Wedlock
Bruises That Lie Succession No Way Out Strange Bedfellow To The Death Safe Passage Clans Intruders Spiders In a Jar
Season Four
With Friends Like These A Grain Of Deception Leaps of Faith Playing With Fire Highland Games Love & Death Hanging Swords Unchartered Waters
Pulling Strings A Better Man Dead of Night The Shakedown Coup de Grace A Bride. A Box. A Body. Blood in the Water All It Cost Her

Other Faces of ElizabethEdit

Related PagesEdit

Pages relating to Queen Elizabeth's Fashion Style are the following:

Queen Elizabeth 
History's Queen Elizabeth
Kingdom of EnglandHouse of Tudor
Elizabeth and Louis's WeddingElizabeth and Robert
Elizabeth's Fashion Style
Rachel Skarsten

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King: Queen: Elizabeth Tudor
House of Tudor
Heir: Lands: Kingdom of England and Ireland
Title(s): Queen of England · Queen of Ireland ·Queen Elizabeth I of England · Supreme Head of the Church of England
Ancestors:King Henry Tudor VII of England · King Henry Tudor VIII of England
Current members:·
Deceased members:Mary Tudor · Edward Tudor · Lady Jane Grey


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