Æthelberht was the first Christian king in Britain. Historians usually credit St. Augustine's visit to Britain in AD 597 with converting the pagan king to Christianity but he did so mainly because of his Christian wife's influence, who was a Frankish princess and the daughter of Charibert I. Bertha brought her chaplain, Liudhard, with her to England upon marrying King Æthelberht of Kent and restored a Christian church in Canterbury, which dated back to Roman times. Women tend to be more religious than men and superstitious wives may be behind other medieval kings' conversions.
Queen Bertha and her daughter Queen Ethelburga of Kent who married Edwin the King of Northumbria.
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