Matilda (also known as Edith or Maud) was the daughter of King Mael Coluim III of Scotland and his wife, Margaret (both d.1093). She was born in 1080 as Edith and was the goddaughter of Robert Curthose (d.1134), son of William I of England. She was educated by her maternal aunt, Christina, a nun. In November 1100, she married King Henry I of England (d.1135) and was crowned queen of England at Westminster by Archibishop Anselm of Canterbury. With Henry, she had a daughter, Matilda (1102-67), who married Emperor Heinrich V and was later Empress of England, and a son, William (1103-20). Matilda died on 1 May 1118 at Westminster and was buried in the abbey.