Queen Eleanor, My Patron Saint

By correctly answering that Eleanor of Aquitaine was the wife of Henry II, Judith Keppel became the first British winner of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire. 800 years after Eleanor's death, Judith goes in search of the lady she called her patron saint, discovering that while she was no saint, she was quite a lady.

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By correctly answering that Eleanor of Aquitaine was the wife of Henry II, Judith Keppel became the first British winner of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire. 800 years after Eleanor's death, Judith goes in search of the lady she called her patron saint, discovering that while she was no saint, she was quite a lady.

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By correctly answering that Eleanor of Aquitaine was the wife of Henry II, Judith Keppel became the first British winner of 'Who Wants To Be A Millionaire'. 800 years after Eleanor's death, Judith goes in search of the lady she called her patron saint, discovering that while she was no saint, she was quite a lady.