: There was Emma of Normandy who was Queen of
: England through both of her marriages i
: believe but i doubt she was ever crowned.
There is no record of a coronation for Emma of Normandy for either of her marriages. The only queen consort of the Anglo-Saxon period known to have been crowned was Aelfthryth (or Elfrida), the consort of King Edgar the Peaceful.
There are, of course, several historical examples of women who were crowned queen of more than one country eg. Eleanor of Aquitaine (France and England) and Eleanor of Austria (Portugal and France although I am only guessing she was crowned in Portugal). But it looks as if Anne of Brittany is the only example of a woman who was twice crowned queen of the same country.
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