|Guy II of Châtillon, Count of Saint-Pol|
|Coat of arms of the Counts of Blois-Châtillon|
|Spouse(s)||Matilda of Brabant|
On January 16, 1255, he married Matilda of Brabant (d. 1288), daughter of Henry II, Duke of Brabant and Marie of Hohenstaufen, and thereafter was a supporter of his brother-in-law Henry III against Guelders. They had six children:
- Hugh II of Châtillon (d. 1307), Count of Saint Pol and later Count of Blois
- Guy III of Châtillon (d. 1317), Count of Saint Pol
- Jacques I of Leuze-Châtillon (d. 1302, Battle of the Golden Spurs), first of the lords of Leuze, married Catherine de Condé and had issue; his descendants brought Condé, Carency, etc. into the House of Bourbon.
- Beatrix (d. 1304), married John I of Brienne, Count of Eu
- Jeanne, married Guillaume III de Chauvigny, Lord of Châteauroux
- Gertrude, married Florent, Lord of Mechelen (French: Malines)
- Kingdom of France : Knight of the Order of the Ship ( awarded by his sovereign Saint Louis IX to promote the Crusade in North Africa )
Guy III, Count of Saint-PolDied: 1289
|Count of Saint Pol|
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