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48 inches tall by 28 inches wide. Our cardboard cutout of Queen Mary II. All cardboard cutouts come folded and have an easel attached to the back to be self-standing. Items are printed and produced to order. Printing and processing takes up to 5 business days plus shipping time.

Introduction to Queen Mary II

Celebrate the legacy of one of Britain's most influential monarchs with our lifesize cardboard cutout of Queen Mary II. Perfect for historical displays, educational events, or as an elegant addition to your home or office, this cutout captures the regal presence of Queen Mary II, reflecting her significant impact on English history and the Glorious Revolution.

Background of Queen Mary II

Queen Mary II was born on April 30, 1662, at St James's Palace, London. She was the eldest daughter of James, Duke of York (later James II), and his first wife, Anne Hyde. Raised as a Protestant despite her father's Catholicism, Mary was married to her Dutch cousin, William of Orange, in 1677 to strengthen the Protestant alliance between England and the Netherlands.

Mary's life took a dramatic turn in 1688 when her father, King James II, was deposed in the Glorious Revolution. Invited by a coalition of English nobles, William and Mary landed in England with an army, leading to James II's abdication and exile. In 1689, Mary and William were jointly crowned as co-rulers, marking the beginning of their reign as William III and Mary II.

Mary and William's joint monarchy was unique, as both held equal authority, although William often took a leading role, particularly in military and foreign affairs. Despite this, Mary was actively involved in governance, especially during William's absences. Her reign was marked by efforts to stabilize the monarchy, support the Protestant Church, and pass the Bill of Rights 1689, which established constitutional principles limiting royal power and guaranteeing certain civil liberties.

Mary's personal life was marked by her devout faith and commitment to her duties. She was known for her charitable works, support of the Church of England, and efforts to improve the welfare of her subjects. Mary’s reign was cut short by her death from smallpox on December 28, 1694, at the age of 32. Her passing was deeply mourned, and William continued to reign alone until his death in 1702.

Cultural Impact of Queen Mary II

Queen Mary II's impact on English history is significant and enduring. Her joint reign with William III helped to secure the Protestant succession and stabilize the monarchy after the tumultuous reign of her father, James II. The Glorious Revolution and the subsequent establishment of a constitutional monarchy laid the groundwork for the modern British state.

The Bill of Rights 1689, passed during Mary and William's reign, is a foundational document in British constitutional history. It established crucial principles such as parliamentary sovereignty, the right to free speech within Parliament, and the prohibition of cruel and unusual punishment. These principles have had a lasting influence on the development of democratic governance in Britain and beyond.

Mary's support for the Church of England and her charitable initiatives reflected her deep personal faith and commitment to public service. Her efforts to promote religious and social welfare had a lasting impact on English society, contributing to the strengthening of Protestant institutions and charitable organizations.

Queen Mary II's legacy is celebrated through various historical commemorations and scholarly works that highlight her role in shaping the constitutional and religious landscape of England. Her partnership with William III represents a pivotal period in British history, marked by significant political and social transformations.

This cutout of Queen Mary II celebrates her remarkable contributions and enduring legacy as a monarch who played a crucial role in the Glorious Revolution and the establishment of constitutional monarchy in England. It serves as a tribute to her leadership, faith, and significant impact on English history.

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