(d. 1131)

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(d. 1131),

queen of David I of Scotland. Widow of Simon de Senlis and daughter of Earl Waltheof of Northumbria and his wife Judith, William the Conqueror's niece, she married the future David I in 1113. This marriage brought the Scottish royal house the earldom of Huntingdon (Waltheof's other earldom), and a deep involvement in English society.

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