However, in June 1548 the young monarch was poisoned by his mother, the queen regent , who then placed her lover Khun Worawongse on the throne.
George III became increasingly senile at the end of 1810 and in the following year the prince was appointed regent .
Under the regent Prince Shotoku in the late sixth and early seventh centuries there was a bringing together of Buddhism and the indigenous Shinto religion that would color Japanese Buddhism from then on.
Not even Churchill's great prestige could effect a deal but he was now aware of the pressing need to establish a regency and, on his return to London, pressured King George into appointing Archbishop Damaskinos as regent .
Hadrian was always so nosy and loomed over everything that Ayumi did, believing that it was all a part of his job as a regent prince.
Ward Connerly, the University of California regent who spearheaded the campaign to end affirmative action, expressed the notion that faculty were not partners but adversaries.
And this little boy usurper and his regent mother will not restore a thing.
So she remains something like a regent queen and she continues to have very much a say in what happens to the country.
In Kiev, far from the reach of Byzantium, the regent Olga laid the foundation for the future Russian Empire in 957 when she converted to the Orthodox Church.
In 1821 he gave his support to the regent Pedro, who was left in charge when his father John VI returned to Portugal.