Joan I, Countess of Auvergne had already been through one marriage when she married King John II of France. The second wife and queen of King John II of France, Joan was no child bride, but a woman who could handle marriage, even marriage to a king.
Joan was born on May 8, 1326 to William XII, Count of Auvergne and Boulogne and Margaret d’Evreux. Joan was first married to Philip of Burgundy. They had one child together named Philip. After the death of Philip, Joan married the widowed King John II of France on February 13, 1349. Joan gave the King of France three children, but they died young
Joan was Queen of France for ten years. Her reign ended only because of her death on September 29, 1360.