|Mary and Bothwell|
|Real Names:|| Queen Mary|
|First appearance:||Unchartered Waters|
- "With or without your crown. I would do anything for you."
- —Lord Bothwell
After Lord Darnley jokingly insulted King Francis, Lucrezia de' Medici withdrew her support and set sail for the following day back to Florence. Mary was very upset over this, because if the Duchess left, she took her support and the promise of funding with her. Lucrezia agreed to reconsider if she was given the lands belonging to Lord Theodore Davies. The lands were quite valuable, and come with a title, The Earldom of Menteith. Only with this exchange would she continue supporting Mary's rule. After a day of misadventures, Queen Mary and Lord Bothwell were able to acquiring the Davies Estate' papers. With that, Lucrezia was pleased to continue the alliance between Florence and Scotland.
Queen Mary: I know we hardly know each other, and yet here I am, asking you to risk everything for me.
Lord Bothwell: With or without your crown. I would do anything for you. 
Queen Mary: Greer. Bring Bothwell to me!
Lady Greer: I don’t want to leave you!
Queen Mary: Please! In case I need to say goodbye. 
- Mary's real title was Mary I of Scotland, or Mary, Queen of Scots.
- The real was named James Hepburn, 4th Earl of Bothwell, born in 1534.
- Mary Beaton's aunt, Janet Beaton was mistress to Lord Bothwell, who become Mary Stuart's 3rd husband.
- April 1567, the late David Rizzio's brother, Joseph Rizzio was accused and acquitted with Lord Bothwell of Lord Darnley's murder.
|With Friends Like These||A Grain Of Deception||Leaps of Faith||Playing With Fire||Highland Games||Love & Death||Hanging Swords||Unchartered Waters|
|Pulling Strings||A Better Man||Dead of Night||The Shakedown||Coup de Grace||A Bride. A Box. A Body.||Blood in the Water||All It Cost Her|