Talk:Ermintrude Fanshaw

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Henry's (and Ermintude's) numbers in the order of succession have been batted around here and elsewhere as if by Journalists! It's like this, folks. The book states (pp.69, 379) that 138 people have to die for Henry to become King. The first of these would be the King himself, number 0. Henry, then, is 138th in succession, and Ermintrude is 139th. --Old Dickens 22:01, 7 July 2009 (UTC)

you mean the queen it would be queen Victoria in the mid 19th century she would be 0

did Ermintrude (Daphn) ever become queen wee know here father did but did she (unsigned comment by 4 Dec 2009}

Yes, sh didde. --Old Dickens 22:13, 4 December 2009 (UTC)

I know I wrote that before finishing the book but you can’t blame me it’s not written down on her page (now it is)

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Oh, come on...I could hardly restrain myself there, could I? --Old Dickens 02:30, 7 December 2009 (UTC)

Queen Ermintrude?

One wonders what name she assumed as Queen. Surely not Ermintrude nor Daphne? --Old Dickens (talk) 02:06, 12 April 2014 (UTC)

Um, I'm pretty sure in the book it mentions she gets married...should this be mentioned in there? --AnnieBudgie 16 July 2016

It wouldn't hurt, but I think all we know about the Prince Consort is that he was Danish. Of course, with her children being mentioned, it would have been pretty exciting if she weren't married. --Old Dickens (talk) 14:52, 16 July 2016 (UTC)

Right, I might add that in next time I read the book if no-one else does it. --AnnieBudgie 17 July 2016