The Blesvins Eustace I of England A child is born On 1150, Constance of France is announced to be pregnant and gave birth of a son named Theobald, the son of Eustace of Boulogne and Constance of France, this would be the happiest event for King Stephen and both Louis VI and Stephen conquer the Duchy of Normandy from the Angevins This would make Stephen of Blois very happy due to him having a stable succession and he is supported by the barons in England. King Stephen withdrew his daughter Marie of Blois from the convent and married her to Henry of Anjou after the birth of a son, settling the English succession and she would carry the Blesvin claims to the County of Maine and the Blesvins would renounce Maine and their claims to Jerusalem and the Angevins would renounce Normandy and England. Stephen of Blois’ Grandmother is the heiress of Maine and was disinherited due to his grand uncle’s selling of the Duchy of Maine to Elias I, count of Maine whose daughter joined the County of Maine to the Plantagenets and the marriage of Marie with Henry would unite the two claims to the county of Maine which is disputed by both the Angevins and Blois which would completely secure the Angevin rule in the County of Maine. The marriage between Marie of Blois to Henry of Anjou ended the fight between the Plantagenets and Blesvins in Normandy in 1151 and the marriage was finalized in the Mid of 1151. For the Blesvins the Marriage of Marie to Henry of Anjou due to the impending divorce between Eleanor of Aquitaine and possible marriage of Henry of Anjou to Eleanor of Aquitaine which the Blesvins will treat as a threat to their rule in England and Normandy and aside from that Stephen of Blois would also inform the King of France about the affair of Henry I of Anjou and Eleanor of Aquitaine. Stephen of Blois would say that he was happy that the marriage between the Angevins had fixed their problems with the Angevins and the succession of England.