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The title of queen was used for a woman who was the head of state in a monarchy. The title was also used for the spouses of monarchs. Queens were addressed as Majesty. (AUDIO: The Death of Captain Jack [+]Loading...["The Death of Captain Jack (audio story)"])

The Twelfth Doctor indicated that he might become a king or queen in the course of his travels. (TV: Death in Heaven [+]Loading...["Death in Heaven (TV story)"]) Missy once described herself as a "Queen of Evil". (WC: Who Is The Master? [+]Loading...["Who Is The Master? (webcast)"])

Queens and their domains[[edit] | [edit source]]

Approximately 5000 years before 1881, Iraxxa was an Ice Queen on Mars. After her long hibernation was complete, she resumed her position as queen at the beginning of the Martian Golden Age. (TV: Empress of Mars [+]Loading...["Empress of Mars (TV story)"])

Ancient Egypt had female Pharaohs, including Hatchepsut and Cleopatra VII. (PROSE: The Last Pharaoh [+]Loading...["The Last Pharaoh (novel)"]) Nefertiti, companion to the Eleventh Doctor, was queen consort of Egypt in the 14th century BC through her marriage to King Amenhotep. (TV: Dinosaurs on a Spaceship [+]Loading...["Dinosaurs on a Spaceship (TV story)"])

Boudica was queen of the Iceni tribe in the 1st century AD. (AUDIO: The Wrath of the Iceni [+]Loading...["The Wrath of the Iceni (audio story)"])

Zenobia was queen of Palmyra. She was long dead by the 5th century. (PROSE: Combat Magicks [+]Loading...["Combat Magicks (novel)"])

Ashildr, under the guise of Lady Sherade, married a King of Samarkand, thereby becoming a queen. (PROSE: The Arabian Knightmare [+]Loading...["The Arabian Knightmare (short story)"])

Isabella was queen consort of England in the 14th century until her husband, Richard II, was deposed in 1399. (AUDIO: The Doctor's Tale [+]Loading...["The Doctor's Tale (audio story)"])

Elizabeth Woodville was the wife of Edward IV and thereby queen consort of England. Her daughter, Elizabeth of York, would later go on to be the queen of Henry VII of England. (AUDIO: The Kingmaker [+]Loading...["The Kingmaker (audio story)"])

Henry VIII of England had seven queens consort: Catherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleves, Katherine Howard, Catherine Parr, (PROSE: Girl Power! [+]Loading...["Girl Power! (short story)"]) and Amy Pond. (TV: The Power of Three [+]Loading...["The Power of Three (TV story)"]) He also married Marilyn Monroe after he was resurrected and his tenure as king had ended. (PROSE: A Hundred Words from a Civil War [+]Loading...["A Hundred Words from a Civil War (short story)"])

Catherine de Medici was queen mother of France during the reign of her son, Charles IX. (TV: The Massacre [+]Loading...["The Massacre (TV story)"])

Mary Stuart was queen regnant of Scotland. (PROSE: Verdigris [+]Loading...["Verdigris (novel)"])

Lady Jane Grey was queen regnant of England for nine days from 10 to 19 July 1553. She was succeeded by Mary I. (TV: Lost in Time [+]Loading...["Lost in Time (TV story)"]) Mary in turn was succeeded by her half-sister, Elizabeth I. (AUDIO: The Marian Conspiracy [+]Loading...["The Marian Conspiracy (audio story)"]) In 1562, Elizabeth I married the Tenth Doctor. (TV: The Day of the Doctor [+]Loading...["The Day of the Doctor (TV story)"])

Henrietta Maria was the queen of Charles I of England and Scotland. (PROSE: The Roundheads [+]Loading...["The Roundheads (novel)"])

Mary of Modena was queen consort of England and Scotland until her husband, James II and VII, was overthrown by his daughter Mary II, who took his place as monarch jointly with her husband and cousin William of Orange. (AUDIO: The Glorious Revolution [+]Loading...["The Glorious Revolution (audio story)"]) William was succeeded by Queen Anne. (AUDIO: Phantasmagoria [+]Loading...["Phantasmagoria (audio story)"])

Anne was queen of France and wife of Louis XIII. She looked remarkably like Peri Brown. (AUDIO: The Church and the Crown [+]Loading...["The Church and the Crown (audio story)"])

Marie Antoinette was a queen of France. (TV: Pyramids of Mars [+]Loading...["Pyramids of Mars (TV story)"])

Victoria was queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from 1837 until 1901, also being the Empress of India. (TV: Tooth and Claw [+]Loading...["Tooth and Claw (TV story)"])

In an alternate timeline, Wallis Simpson became queen of the United Kingdom after Edward VIII was restored to the throne. (PROSE: Timewyrm: Exodus [+]Loading...["Timewyrm: Exodus (novel)"])

Elizabeth II became queen of the United Kingdom in 1952 and ruled into the 21st century. (TV: The Idiot's Lantern [+]Loading...["The Idiot's Lantern (TV story)"], Voyage of the Damned [+]Loading...["Voyage of the Damned (TV story)"])

The Sun-singers of Akhet chose a female of their species to become the Queen of Years, who knew all the songs, melodies, rhythms and poems in the culture. In the millennial ceremony known as the Festival of Offerings, the Queen of Years would sing to the Mummy before natives and residents of the system, and would be sacrificed after singing. One Queen of Years, Merry Gejelh, was encountered by the Eleventh Doctor and Clara Oswald, and was spared from sacrifice due to the implosion of Akhaten. (TV: The Rings of Akhaten [+]Loading...["The Rings of Akhaten (TV story)"])

Rhodia had a queen until she was killed by the Shadow Kin alongside the rest of the planet's population. (TV: For Tonight We Might Die [+]Loading...["For Tonight We Might Die (TV story)"])

Ram Singh believed April MacLean to be queen of the Shadow Kin after she defeated Corakinus. However, she explained to him that the Shadow King was the monarch's title whether they were male or female. (TV: Brave-ish Heart [+]Loading...["Brave-ish Heart (TV story)"])

Camilla was the consort of Charles III of the United Kingdom. (PROSE: Revenge of the Judoon [+]Loading...["Revenge of the Judoon (novel)"])

Thalira was the queen of Peladon after her father's death. (TV: The Monster of Peladon [+]Loading...["The Monster of Peladon (TV story)"])

Xanxia was the despotic queen of Zanak. (TV: The Pirate Planet [+]Loading...["The Pirate Planet (TV story)"])

The Queen Spider was the leader of the Eight Legs on Metebelis III, though she deferred to the Great One. (TV: Planet of the Spiders [+]Loading...["Planet of the Spiders (TV story)"])

Most accounts agree that Peri Brown was at least briefly queen consort of Krontep, marrying King Yrcanos. (PROSE: Bad Therapy [+]Loading...["Bad Therapy (novel)"])

Angvia was the queen of Angvia. (AUDIO: Bang-Bang-a-Boom! [+]Loading...["Bang-Bang-a-Boom! (audio story)"])

Elizabeth X, or Liz Ten, was queen of Starship UK from at least the 29th century and ruled into the 52nd century. (TV: The Beast Below [+]Loading...["The Beast Below (TV story)"], The Pandorica Opens [+]Loading...["The Pandorica Opens (TV story)"])

River Song was the consort of King Hydroflax. (TV: The Husbands of River Song [+]Loading...["The Husbands of River Song (TV story)"])

The Speravores were ruled by a queen. (AUDIO: The Eye of the Storm [+]Loading...["The Eye of the Storm (audio story)"])

Svelna was queen of the Svelnans. (COMIC: A Delicate Operation [+]Loading...["A Delicate Operation (comic story)"])

Angboda was queen of Norsum. (COMIC: Wrath of the Warrior [+]Loading...["Wrath of the Warrior (comic story)"], Warriors' Revenge [+]Loading...["Warriors' Revenge (comic story)"])

Katryca was the leader of a Tribe of Free on Ravolox, around the year 2000000. (TV: The Mysterious Planet [+]Loading...["The Mysterious Planet (TV story)"])

Insectoid races led by queens[[edit] | [edit source]]

The Mantasphids were a bioluminescent species of insect and were led by the Mantasphid Queen, who was much larger than all the other Mantasphids. (TV: The Infinite Quest [+]Loading...["The Infinite Quest (TV story)"]) Other species with queens included the Zarbi, (PROSE: The Lair of Zarbi Supremo [+]Loading...["The Lair of Zarbi Supremo (short story)"], The Lost Ones [+]Loading...["The Lost Ones (short story)"]) the Wirrn, (TV: The Ark in Space [+]Loading...["The Ark in Space (TV story)"]) the Chimerons, (TV: Delta and the Bannermen [+]Loading...["Delta and the Bannermen (TV story)"]) the Charrl, (PROSE: Birthright [+]Loading...["Birthright (novel)"]) the Xaranti, (PROSE: Deep Blue [+]Loading...["Deep Blue (novel)"]) the Kromon (AUDIO: The Creed of the Kromon [+]Loading...["The Creed of the Kromon (audio story)"]) and the Hexagora. (AUDIO: Hexagora [+]Loading...["Hexagora (audio story)"])