In season 6, we’ll be looking at the story of Mary, Queen of Scots. And where better to start off than with her grandmother, whose life was also oddly setting up several precedents for Mary to the point it’s like: are they the same person across time?
Learn about Margaret’s child bride queen era, how she ensured her entry to Scotland was on par with that time Rihanna wore Guo Pei to the Met, and how the Tudor affliction of falling for bad boys is going to play out for her.
Coming up next week: Herman, my pills!!
Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scots: The Life of King Henry VIII’s Sister, by Sarah-Beth Watkins
Sisters to the King: the tumultuous lives of Henry VIII’s sisters – Margaret of Scotland and Mary of France by Maria Perry
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