Mary Queen of Scots - A Scottish Queen's Diary, France, 1553 - My Royal Story
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Mary Queen of Scots - A Scottish Queen's Diary, France, 1553 - My Royal Story
Lasky, Kathryn
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Mary was only nine months old when she was crowned Queen of Scotland, succeeding her father, King James V. Because of the many political conflicts, she was separated from her mother and her country at the age of five. To forge an alliance with France, she was betrothed to Francis, the son of King Henry II of France and Queen Catherine de Medici. Mary was promptly sent to live in their care until she was old enough for the marriage to take place. That is where this story begins, as she chronicles her life throughout a one-year period. Life in France is filled with dances, playing with her future husband, and hawking, which is Mary's favourite pastime. However, the girl's life is made very difficult by the jealous queen. She finds comfort though in Henry's mistress Diane de Poitier, who is very much the lady and gives Mary strength and inspiration throughout the good and bad times....
Second hand Paperback
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ISBN: 
9781407116228
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100320