In England in 1483, when a child inherited the crown, an uncle took power and the child was murdered. In 1547, when the king was a minor, an unrelated nobleman was installed as Protector. In 1688, the Crown was deemed to pass jointly to Mary, daughter of the deposed James II, and her husband who became William III. You can find statues of William in London, but none of Mary. It seems to be yet another matter which they order better in France.
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