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Queen Mary, Queen Marie, or Queen Maria may refer to:
- Maria of Montferrat (1192–1212), queen regnant of Jerusalem, daughter of Isabella I of Jerusalem and Conrad of Montferrat and mother of Isabella II of Jerusalem
- Maria of Sicily (1363–1401), queen regnant of Sicily, daughter of Frederick III of Sicily and Constance of Aragon
- Mary of Hungary (1371–1395), queen regnant of Hungary, daughter of Louis I of Hungary and Elizabeth of Bosnia; wife of Sigismund, Holy Roman Emperor
- Mary I of England (1516–1558), queen of England, daughter of Henry VIII of England and Catherine of Aragon; wife of Philip II of Spain and sister of Edward VI and Elizabeth I of England
- Mary, Queen of Scots (1542–1587), queen regnant of Scotland and queen consort of France; daughter of James V of Scotland and Queen Marie de Guise, wife of Francis II of France and mother of James I of England
- Mary II of England and Scotland (1662–1694), queen regnant of England, Scotland and Ireland (initially joint sovereign with William III), daughter of James II of England (VII of Scotland) and Lady Anne Hyde, wife of William III of England (II of Scotland), and sister of Anne of Great Britain
- Maria I of Portugal (1734–1816) also known as Maria I, the Pious, daughter of Jose of Portugal and Queen Mariana Victoria and mother of Joao VI of Portugal.
- Maria II of Portugal (1819–1853) also known as Maria II, the Good Mother, daughter of Pedro IV of Portugal and I of Brazil and Archduchess Maria Leopoldina and mother of Pedro V of Portugal and Luis of Portugal
- Maria of Castile, Queen of Aragon (1401–1458), queen consort of Aragon and Naples as the spouse of Alfonso V of Aragon, and regent of Aragon during 1420–1423 and 1432–1458
- Mary of Gueldres (1433–1463), queen consort of Scotland, the daughter of Arnold von Geldern, Duke of Gueldres (in Burgundy, France); the wife of James II of Scotland; and the mother of James III of Scotland
- Maria of Serbia, Queen of Bosnia (1447–1498), queen consort of Bosnia
- Mary Tudor (queen consort of France) (1495–1533) the daughter of Henry VII of England, the sister of Henry VIII of England, the wife of Louis XII of France, and the grandmother of Lady Jane Grey
- Mary of Guise (also called Marie de Guise) (1515–1560), queen consort and regent of Scotland, the daughter of Claude, Duke of Guise; second wife of James V of Scotland; and the mother of Mary, Queen of Scots
- Mary of Habsburg (1505–1558), queen consort of Hungary, the daughter of Philip I of Castile, and the wife of Louis II of Hungary and Bohemia
- Mary of Modena (1658–1718), queen consort of England, the daughter of Alfonso IV (Duke of Modena), and the second wife of James II of England
- Marie Antoinette (1755–1793), queen consort of France and Navarre, daughter of Holy Roman Empress Maria Theresa, and the wife of King Louis XVI
- Marie of Hesse-Kassel (1767–1852), queen consort of Denmark and Norway, the wife of Frederick VI of Denmark
- Marie-Thérèse-Charlotte of France (1778–1851), queen consort of France, was queen for twenty minutes
- Mary of Teck (1867–1953), queen consort of the United Kingdom, the wife of George V of the United Kingdom, and the mother of Edward VIII of the United Kingdom and George VI of the United Kingdom
- Marie of Romania (1875–1938), queen consort of Romania, the daughter of Alfred, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha; the wife of Ferdinand I of Romania; and the mother of Carol II of Romania
- Maria of Yugoslavia (1900–1961), queen consort of Yugoslavia, the daughter of Ferdinand I of Romania and Marie of Edinburgh, and the mother of Peter II of Yugoslavia
- Maria Luisa of Savoy (1688–1714), queen consort of Spain, the daughter of Victor Amadeus II of Savoy, first wife of Philip V of Spain, mother of Louis and Ferdinand VI of Spain
- Maria Eutokia Toaputeitou (died 1869), queen consort of Mangareva, second wife of Maputeoa, mother of Joseph Gregorio II
- Queen Mary is a title given to the Virgin Mary by some Christian denominations
- Mary "Queen Mary" Thomas is the most common historical title of Mary Thomas, leader of the Fireburn labor revolt in St. Croix, Danish West Indies
- Karen Zerby, leader of the Children of God cult, uses the pseudonym "Queen Maria"
- Henrietta Maria Queen of England, Scotland and Ireland(1609-1669) was often called Maria for short by her husband thus called Queen Mary by other people
These were all named after Mary of Teck:
- HMS Queen Mary, a battlecruiser of the Royal Navy launched in 1912 and lost at the battle of Jutland in 1916.
- TS Queen Mary, a Clyde Steamer launched in 1933, now retired as a floating pub/restaurant on the Embankment in London, UK
- RMS Queen Mary, a Cunard Line ocean liner launched in 1934, now retired as a hotel in Long Beach, California, USA
- RMS Queen Mary 2, a Cunard passenger ship that entered service in 2003
- Queen Mary, University of London, a college of the University of London
- Queen Mary trailer, a type of semi-trailer designed for the carriage and recovery of aircraft, named after the RMS Queen Mary
- Queen Mary Coast, a section of coastline in the Australian Antarctic Territory
- "Queen Mary & Queen Elizabeth" was a nickname used in 1938 for the US presidential limousines
- "Queen Marys" was a term used for the huge concrete enclosures for the Plutonium separation plants at the Hanford Engineer Works
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