|Reign||14 December 1590 - 14 December 1637|
|Spouses|| Magdalene Sybille of Prussia
m. May 1598
| Alexander III|
|House||House of Tudor|
|Father||Alexander I of England|
|Mother||Catherine Michelle of Spain|
|Born|| 16 April 1578|
Ludlow Castle, Wales
|Died|| 14 December 1637 (aged 59)|
Eltham Palace, England
|Burial||Westminster Abbey, Henry VII's Chapel|
Alexander II of England (16 April 1578 - 14 December 1637) was the eldest child of Alexander I by his first wife, Catherine Michelle of Spain. He is mostly noted for his political maneuvering that resulted in the marriage of his heir, Alexander III to Isabella Mary, Queen of Scots.
Alexander III was born at Ludlow Castle in Wales, the eldest child of the Prince and Princess of Wales. He was born on his grandmother's birthday and Queen Isabella removed the newborn from his mother's rooms and kept him with her during her entire stay at Ludlow. He was invested with the Dukedom of Richmond and given his own establishment, overseen by his uncle, the Duke of Clarence.