Elizabeth of York was the wife of Henry VII, and thus the first Tudor queen. She was the daughter of Edward IV and his wife Elizabeth Woodville, and niece of Richard III. She married Henry VII in 1486, after being detained by him the previous year following the …
16th century copy of a 15th century portrait
Elizabeth's parents: Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville
An 18th-century copy of Elizabeth of York as queen: She holds the white rose of the House of York.