Constance of Portugal

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For the Portuguese infanta daughter of Sancho I, see: Infanta Constança of Portugal
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Constance of Portugal, in António de Hollanda's Genealogy of the Royal Houses of Spain and Portugal (1534).
Queen consort of Castile and León
Tenure 23 January 1302 – 7 September 1312
Spouse Ferdinand IV
Issue Eleanor, Queen of Aragon
Infanta Constance
Alfonso XI
House House of Burgundy
Father Denis
Mother Elizabeth of Aragon
Born 3 January 1290
Kingdom of Portugal
Died 18 November 1313(1313-11-18) (aged 23)
Sahagún, Crown of Castile
Burial Valladolid, Spain
Religion Roman Catholicism

Infanta Constança of Portugal (3 January 1290 – Sahagún, 18 November 1313; Portuguese pronunciation: [kõʃˈtɐ̃sɐ]; English: Constance) was a Portuguese infanta (princess), daughter of King Denis of Portugal and his wife Saint Elizabeth of Aragon. She was born on January 3, 1290 and became Queen consort of Castile when she married King Ferdinand IV of Castile.

From Ferdinand IV she had three children:

Constance of Portugal died November 18, 1313 in Sahagún.

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Coat of arms of Constance of Portugal as Queen Consort of Castile 


Royal titles
Title last held by
Maria of Molina
Queen consort of Castile
Title next held by
Constance of Peñafiel
Queen consort of León
Queen consort of Galicia
Queen consort of Toledo