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This statue of Marie Stuart, reine de France et d'Ecosse sits in Jardin du Luxembourg. Mary I (popularly known as Mary, Queen of Scots) was Queen of Scots (the monarch of the Kingdom of Scotland) from 1542 to 1567, and the queen consort of France from 1559 to 1560.

This statue of Marie Stuart, reine de France et d'Ecosse sits in Jardin du Luxembourg. Mary I (popularly known as Mary, Queen of Scots) was Queen of Scots (the monarch of the Kingdom of Scotland) from 1542 to and the queen consort of France from 1559 to

Coat of arms of Mary, Queen of Scots and Consort of France (1559 – 1560), circa 1565, in South Leith Parish Church, Leith, Scotland.

Coat of arms of Mary, Queen of Scots and Consort of France – circa in South Leith Parish Church, Leith, Scotland. Date 10 March 2008 Source Own work Author Randan

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Mary of Guise 1515–1560-Queen consort of Scotland & mother of Mary, Queen of Scots. 1st Mary married Louis II d'Orléans, Duke of Longueville. The union was happy, but brief. James V had noticed the attractions of Mary when he went to France to meet Madeleine, & Mary was next in his affections.  James's mother Margaret Tudor wrote to Henry VIII, "I trust she will prove a wise Princess. I have been much in her company, & she bears herself very honourably to me, with very good entertaining.”

Mary of Guise consort of Scotland & mother of Mary, Queen of Scots. Mary married Louis II d'Orléans, Duke of Longueville.- wearing ermine fur on her sleeves

24 April 1558-Mary queen of scots married François II

Marriage of Mary, Queen of Scots to François II, Dauphin of France (from the Forman Armorial)

Mary Queen of Scots Luckenbooth Brooch:  Called the Luckenbooth because they were sold from the locked booths of the Royal Mile, adjacent to St. Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh, this type of love token goes back to at least the 1600s. Luckenbooths were traditionally exchanged between lovers on betrothal. They were later pinned to the shawl of the first baby to protect it from evil spirits.

Mary Queen of Scots Luckenbooth Brooch - tradition dates back to the

James V of Scotland, Son of Margaret Tudor, Nephew of Henry VIII, Father of Mary, Queen of Scots | by lisby1

James V of Scotland, Son of Margaret Tudor, Nephew of Henry VIII, Father of Mary, Queen of Scots | by lisby1

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