Continued: BIOGRAPHY: Louis second cousin, she was charged with adultery and imprisoned by him in 1313.
MARRIAGE: In 1305, Margaret married her cousin once removed, Louis X of France, King of Navarre, who in 1314 acceded to the French throne as Louis X. They had one daughter, Joan (born 1312, died 1349). [Wikipedia]
DEATH: Early in 1314, Margaret was allegedly caught in an act of adultery in the Tour de Nesle Affair. Her sister-in-law Isabella of France was a witness against her, and Margaret was imprisoned for the last two years of her life, along with her sister-in-law Blanche of Burgundy (their lovers were executed). Margaret was confined at Chateau Gaillard and, after poor treatment, reportedly caught a cold and died. She may have been murdered (strangled) so her husband could remarry (he did so five days after her death). [Wikipedia]
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