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* [[History's Mary, Queen of Scots|Mary, Queen of Scots]] was actually 5'11, and a redhead.
 
* [[History's Mary, Queen of Scots|Mary, Queen of Scots]] was actually 5'11, and a redhead.
 
* December 1543 – March 1551 [[The War of the Rough Wooing]] was a war between [[Kingdom of Scotland|Scotland]] and [[Kingdom of England|England]]. Following England's break with [[The Catholic Church|Rome]], they attack Scotland, partly to force Scotland to agree to a marriage alliance between its child Queen, [[History's Mary, Queen of Scots|Mary, Queen of Scots]] and [[History's King Henry VIII|King Henry VIII's]] son and heir, [[History's King Edward Tudor|Prince Edward]].
 
* December 1543 – March 1551 [[The War of the Rough Wooing]] was a war between [[Kingdom of Scotland|Scotland]] and [[Kingdom of England|England]]. Following England's break with [[The Catholic Church|Rome]], they attack Scotland, partly to force Scotland to agree to a marriage alliance between its child Queen, [[History's Mary, Queen of Scots|Mary, Queen of Scots]] and [[History's King Henry VIII|King Henry VIII's]] son and heir, [[History's King Edward Tudor|Prince Edward]].
* One of [[History's King Henry|King Henry II's]] famous mistresses was ''Lady Janet Stewart'' who was [[History's Mary, Queen of Scots|Mary, Queen of Scots']] half-aunt and had an illegitimate son with ''Henry''. She also had another daughter named [[History's Mary Fleming|Mary Fleming]], who later became known as one of 'The Four Marys' as a [[Ladies-in-Waiting|lady-in-waiting]] to Queen Mary.
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* One of [[History's King Henry|King Henry II's]] famous mistresses was ''Lady Janet Stewart'' who was [[History's Mary, Queen of Scots|Mary, Queen of Scots']] half-niece and had an illegitimate son with ''Henry''. She also had another daughter named [[History's Mary Fleming|Mary Fleming]], who later became known as one of 'The Four Marys' as a [[Ladies-in-Waiting|lady-in-waiting]] to Queen Mary.
 
* [[History's Mary Fleming|Mary Fleming]] and [[History's Mary, Queen of Scots| Mary, Queen of Scots]], were First-Cousins.
 
* [[History's Mary Fleming|Mary Fleming]] and [[History's Mary, Queen of Scots| Mary, Queen of Scots]], were First-Cousins.
 
* [[History's King Henry|King Henry II's]] sister, ''Madeleine of Valois'', was her father's [[History's King James V|King James V's]] first wife.
 
* [[History's King Henry|King Henry II's]] sister, ''Madeleine of Valois'', was her father's [[History's King James V|King James V's]] first wife.
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