After spending a childhood safely hidden away in a monastery, a teenage Mary Stuart arrives in France where she has been sent to secure Scotland's strategic alliance by formalizing her arranged engagement to the French King's dashing son, Prince Francis. Further complicating things is Bash, Francis' handsome, roguish half-brother and Francis' mother, Queen Catherine. Written by
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Mary Stuart never lived in a convent. She was sent to France and was raised in French court, and grew up very close to Princess Elisabeth of Valois (later Queen of Spain) See more
Diane de Poitiers, maitresse of King Henry II, had only two daughters with her deceased husband, no son ("Sebastian") with the King who was 20 years younger than her. See more
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