When her mother was eventually forced out of the regency , the reigning government saw fit to have Isabella confirmed as a fully independent queen when she was just 13.
Gaston had appointed a regency council who made the rules.
All thoughts of regency and ruling flew out of his head, however, when the battle raged near them.
An earlier chapter provides the reader with background on the Norman ascendancy through the regency of Adelaide.
A contributory factor to the Wars of the Roses was another period of regency caused not by the king's age, but by his insanity.
His baby son, Prince Ahmed Fuad, was proclaimed king and a regency council appointed.
Yet according to the constitution, a Grand National Assembly could be summoned only by the king, not the regency nor the Cabinet.
When Pedro I abdicated in April 1831 in favour of the boy, Pedro II, Andrada was confirmed as tutor by the council of regency .
He believed that the Liberals were in a better position to weather the regency of Alfonso's widow and prevent Carlist or republican revolts.
Following Alexander's formal abdication in September 1886, Stambolov headed the regency council.