You found a new category. Someone who was regnant and consorte queen in the same country .
The 2 Catherines in Russia would also fit in this category, but on the other way round, first as consortes and then as regnants.
: You were asking if Margrethe I of Denmark
: would fit as she was Queen-consort and later
: reigning monarch of Denmark and Norway.
: That is why i replied that Ulrika Eleonora
: who inherited the throne from her brother
: and thus became Queen-regnant and after she
: abdicated in favour of her husband she
: became Queen-Consort.
: I don't see them in the same line as Anne of
: Bretagne and the few other ladies who became
: Queen-Consort of the same country through
: two different marriages.
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: How could U-E fit ?
: The question is about women who were queens
: twice in the same country like Anne de
: Bretagne in France and Maria Francisca
: Isabel of Savoy in Portugal or queens in
: more than one country like Margaret I of
: Denmark, Sweden and Norway or Maria Theresia
: queen of Hungary and Bohemia .
: U-E was briefely queen of Sweden and mere
: electress-consort of Hessen.
: On what concerns queen in two countries, all
: british queens since the Stuart accession
: were queens of England and Scotland.
: From Victoria to Elisabeth Bowes-Lyon they
: were also Emperess and Emperess-consorte of
: Danish kings were Kings of Iceland until the
: independence (1918-44).
: Was there any sort of enthronement/crown
: cerimony in Iceland ?
: From 1580-1640, the kings of Spain were
: kings of Portugal, a title their wives also
: AFAIK none of the Felipe's wives was crowned
: queen of Portugal
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