|Francis and Mary|
|Real Names:|| King Francis |
|Length of Relationship:||
on-and-off, 2 years
- ""It’s pretty obvious now, that for us to stay sane, we need
to be together.""
- —Prince Francis
Queen Mary of Scotland, and Prince Francis of France met when they were both around 6 years old. They were introduced at French Court . Two years later Mary was forced to leave Scotland after an assassination attempt on her life was made by the English. After that Mary had spend six years protected in a convent.
Trumpets announced the arrival of Queen Mary, much to Francis' dismay and Mary's excitement. Francis cut across the yard to meet his fiancée at her carriage, where she sheepishly talked on, losing her composure. Both appear happy at their physical appearance, and soon walked towards his parents for a proper introduction. 
That afternoon, Mary was surprised to find Francis working in her old room, and questions him about becoming a blacksmith, and they exchanged their fears of being royals. Mary told him he would never have to worry about his security, as she wound always protect him. The next day Mary brought stones she found by the river to Francis, glad they were getting along. When he answered his door he was unhappy with her presence, and told her to go away, and Mary realized he had another woman in his room.
- " If you're going to be the Queen of France, you need to understand something. Kings do not answer to their wives."
- —Prince Francis
That evening at Elizabeth and Philip's Wedding, Francis watched Mary dancing with her Ladies-in-Waiting. Hours later, Francis apologized for his behaviour, but it was not long before they were fighting again. Francis told Mary they would only marry if it was right for France, and their feelings had nothing to do with it. They next day the couple made up once more. They almost shared their first kiss, but didn't. 
- "Love is irrelevant to people like us. We, who are so privileged in so many ways, but that."
Days later in The Throne Room Queen Catherine and King Henry were talking about their 2nd son future wife. Francis was order to go and show respect to the young Lady Madeleine who would be arriving soon, and Mary invited herself along. 
Hours later Francis wakes the sleeping Mary up, as they arrived at the harbour. They are both stop when sight of a large English war ship is before them. Francis orders Mary and Prince Charles back to the castle as he believes they are under attack. Sebastian rides up and orders everyone to stand down. Explaining that the English ship took on water and was helped by the French. They'd sent their envoy Simon Westbrook ahead to court to explain the situation already.
At court Mary is talking with the Simon Westbrook, who frustrated he when he questions why she isn't already married to Prince Francis. Mary's greeted by Francis who smooth’s out the situations between the three of them. When they are alone he tells Mary that Simon is only doing this to see her reactions, so she cannot react. Instead Francis offers his hand for a dance.
The next day Mary and Francis are talking to each other while watching a blindfolded Charles and Madeleine play a game. Mary points to Charles, saying he's not listening to Madeleine, but Francis insists, Madeleine isn't speaking loud enough. Their conversation becomes heated when Mary relays the information about Colin, saying it was someone from court in a high position. Francis becomes angry with her when shw suggest it might be his mother.
- "I had their word that we would be married. I'm not sure words mean anything here."
- —Queen Mary
After heading back to her room early, Mary runs screaming for help after a servant girl seemingly dies in her chambers. Francis arrives to help, and Mary tells him about the secret passageways in her room, suggesting someone came in her room that way. After the English envoy is questioned, but comes up clean.
That night, Francis informs her of Colin's death, and Mary admits she is scared for her life from his mother, so will be retuning to Scotland.
- "My mother will understand. I can't bring home any armies and I can't wed any kings if I'm dead."
- —Queen Mary
Later Francis apologies for his earlier actions. Mary tells him that she is positive his mother is behind everything, and Francis promises he believes her and that they will deal with his mom and the English together. 
Weeks later, Mary requests that King Henry send her country soldiers to help stop the English. Henry will only agree to send supplies as he doesn’t want to waist his men. Mary tries to change his mind, asking for 8, then 6 companies of men, to which Henry politely changes the subject. Mary walks away frustrated and Francis promises he'll talk with his father. 
That evening Francis and Mary begin a proper ballroom dance as he tries to explain himself, but are interrupted by Tomás of Portugal. Francis moved back to stand with his brother as seductive Portuguese music plays. There is a lot of touching and spinning around before it ends, leaving Francis angry.
- "Why don’t you dance like that?
- —Sebastian: to Prince Francis
Francis finds Mary at the Boating Party to tells her the good news. He got her 6 companies of men for Scotland. Francis admits she may still be better off with Tomás as he doesn't know when they will marry, but admits she would rather have hope with him.
The next morning Francis is explaining the battle strategies they have in place for Scotland. Their attention is draw outside, as they both look out the window and see a seriously injured Bash. He is rushed to the infirmary, and Nostradamus puts him to sleep with herbs. In the hallway Henry tells his son that what happened to Bash is his fault. Mary goes after him and tries to console him, but he's too upset over his brother. He tells her to wed Tomás as he can no longer help her. He kisses her good-bye and tells her she must do what is right for her country. 
Over a month later, Francis is in Paris with Lola. Francis thinking he had been dethroned, slept with Lola. Mary was at the castle with Sebastian planning their wedding. The two did not see each other, but their names were brought up in conversation with Lola andBash respectively. 
2 months later, Francis returned to French Court behind Lola, who tells everyone they had ran into each other in Paris. The two ex-lovers have an awkward conversation, having not seen each other in months. Frances tells Mary, he's only back to save his mother. Hoping they could both leave and be exiled. He wasn't looking to, or wanting to stay around for Mary and Sebastian's wedding. 
Francis was later informed by his mother that he and Mary could now wed as Nostradamus's Predictions had now changed for whatever reason.
Francis rode out to find Mary and his brother, but they got into a fight with each other over Mary, and Mary herself broke them apart. Frances blurted out that Nostradamus's visions had changed, and they could now be together. Bash asked Mary to be with him. Mary stayed quiet not sure what to do.
In the throne room Henry informed everyone, that Mary Tudor, Queen of England was dead. This meant Mary had to decide to to marry one of his sons that night.
Mary saw Francis and ran towards him. She kissed him and said she loved him, and picked him. She showed him the empty piece of paper, and explained how his mother had helped her decide. They could now be together, happy and forever. Francis didn't understand the empty paper, but kissed Mary back anyway. She then begged Francis to keep Sebastian safe, she didn't want him punished because he reached for the crown. Francis promised he would. Both ignoring the fact, that Bash was only in that situation because of Mary. Before his wedding, Francis' paid a little visit to his brother. Banishing him unofficially from Court.
In the Church everyone gathered for the Royal wedding. Francis stood at the front, waiting for Mary to walk down. Music began and everyone looked to the doors. Queen Mary of Scott was dressed in a gorgeous, long flowing, hand made wedding dress. She walked down the steps with her ladies five paces behind her. The young couple looked at each other with loving eyes. They smiled at each other as they both looked forward towards the priest. They kneeled before him as they signed the legal documents of their marriage certificate. Hours later, the consummated their vows in-front of nobles, including Bash. 
2 months later, the newlyweds were heading back from their honeymoon. Frances asked why his wife looked so troubled, and promised that his mother would no longer be an obstacle for them. When the subject of Bash was brought up, Mary said how she hoped he was safe, and would find happiness. Francis ignored her comment and brought up how he couldn't wait to start a family with her. 
- "Somehow our love seem so fragile suddenly"
- —Queen Mary
Back at court Mary was with her ladies when Catherine interrupted the little reunion, sweet as ever, and exclaimed how happy she was to have them back at court. She then told them she needed a word with her son in private.
That evening they had a small spat. He was annoyed with her trying to find out where Bash had gone. Mary come clean and admitted Bash had been in their room. She asked him if he had tried to have him killed. Francis was insulted and asked if she thought he would ever do such a thing. He explained, as the next King of France he could plant witnesses, stories and Testaments, but none of it mattered if she didn't believe. He ended the conversation with a threat for Bash. That night they went to bed annoyed with each other. 
Weeks later, Mary was watching Lola and Count Philipe Nardin a servant girls offers her some food, a pomegranate tart. Wanting to be helpful she tells Mary that her sister ate 10 a day and within a month was pregnant. Francis intervened and told Mary that she was just wanted to see them happy and pregnant. As both their nations did. Francis then requests a dance from his wife. 
Francis was walking with Mary and the topic of Philipe Nardin came up again. He explains how he doesn't think Philipe is the best match as he prefers the company of men to women while in bed. Francis confesses that he'd been talking to Lola about it too and this infuriates Mary. She asks if they were confiding in each other and Francs admits they slept together in Paris, and Mary tells him she had her suspicions.
Later, Mary sees candles surrounding her room. Francis is there and says he was a fool for not offering one to his own wife. Mary brings up the subject of him and Lola and says that she has forgiven them both. They begin to make out and Mary tells them that it is not the right time. She tells him how she appreciates how hard he has been trying to give her a baby'. Francis tells her that he doesn't make love to her to have a baby; He wants a baby because he loves her. 
- "What was I thinking not giving my new bride a First Light candle?"
King Francis and Queen Mary find out that Francis is dying.
They share a last dance together in front of King of Navarre after he demands a meeting. However, Francis is very weak and Mary ends up leading the dance instead.
- Queen Mary was briefly engaged to Tomás of Portugal, when France could not help Scotland, from being invaded by the English.  
- Prince Francis had an open affir with Olivia D'Amencourt while formally engaged to Mary.   
- Mary Stuart had her first kiss with Prince Francis when they were 15. 
- Mary lost her virginity to Francis at 16. 
- Queen Mary married Prince Francis in a lavish wedding ceremony. 
- Became King and Queen of France after King Francis' Coronation. 
- Pregnant with Francis' child, but lost it soon after. 
- Mary was raped by two Protestant extremists, when they couldn't murder King Francis. 
- Francis ordered the death of 21 Protestants for the rape of Queen Mary.
- Mary began to have feelings for, followed by an affair with Louis Condé. 
- Have had many sexual encounters together.  . Inbtween Mary's affair with Louis Condé  and Francis' one night with Lady Amelie. 
- Mary Stuart was born December 8, 1542 and became Queen on December 14, when she was 6 days old.
- Queen Mary was actually 5'11, and a redhead.
- Mary was briefly engaged to Prince Edward of England when she was 6 months old, and for an even shorter time was considered for King Philip's first son, Don Carlos who was 4 years her junior.
- April 4, 1558 Mary knowingly signed The Crown Matrimonial a secret agreement bequeathing Scotland and her claim to England to the French crown if she died without heirs. Her and Prince Francis partook in a secret wedding ceremony.
- Francis and Mary's public wedding took place on 24 of April in 1558 at the Church of Notre Dame in Paris.
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