Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots
Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots, was the only surviving legitimate child born to James V of Scotland and Mary of Guise. Born in 1542, Mary betrayed her cousin, Queen Elizabeth I, but she refused to believe it. But Mary was sent to live in the Tower of London until her execution in 1587. She was 44 years old. Her son, James VI of Scotland, ruled England after Queen Elizabeth died.
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