|Francis II de Anjou (Blooming Roses)|
|House||House of Valois-Anjou (by birth)|
|Father||Francis, Duke of Anjou|
|Mother||Philippa Rose of England|
|Born|| 27 July 1576 |
|Died|| 20 February 1579 (aged 2) |
|Burial||Saint Denis Basilica|
Francis. Duke of Berry (27 July 1576 - 19 or 20 February 1579) was the eldest child of Francis, Duke of Anjou and Philippa Rose of England.
Francis's birth was the result of increasing influence of Huguenots in Catholic France. His father, Francis, was next in line for the French throne as his brother Henry III of France and his wife Louise of Lorraine remained childless. When Francis joined the Huguenots, Edward VI quickly married him to his daughter Philippa Rose. The marriage was immediately consummated in hopes that a Protestant heir to the French throne would be conceived. Nine months into the marriage, Francis was born and his father gave him the title Duke of Berry as a courtesy title. He was born during the Wars of Religion and because of his mother's fears of being held captive, he was born in Aquitaine where the fighting was happening.