One of the 12th century women was called “the wife of two kings” and “the mother of two kings.” Who is she and who are these kings?

Eleanor, Duchess of Aquitaine (1122-1204), was first the wife of Louis VII of France. After he divorced her (there were no sons), she married Henry II of England, to whom she transferred her dukedom and gave birth to sons, including Richard I the Lionheart and John Landless.

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