Mary Queen of Scots
Mary Stuart was the queen of Scotland and France, a woman whose destiny has been capturing the gaze of the writers for almost five centuries. The life of Scottish Queen Mary Stuart was filled with events and emotions. She loved, intrigued, betrayed, wanted to be happy, had thirst for power … She was passionate and lively. And, of course, she dreamed of being happy – both as a woman and as a queen.
Two crowns for one girl
Mary Stuart’s father, King of Scotland, Jacob V, died only a few days after the birth of his daughter. He was not happy: shortly before that, the monarch had survived the death of two sons and a defeat in a battle with the British.