|Real Name:||Liam O'Mally|
|Dies:||Winter of 1558|
|Interests:||Catherine de' Medici|
|Affiliations:||Kingdom of Scotland|
|First appearance:||Liege Lord|
|Portrayed by:||Orlando Seale|
- "Woman like you are what make life worth living"
Liam O'Mally was a member of Lord McKenzie's men and was a brief lover to the Queen of France
Liam was a happy fellow who enjoyed spicier woman with flair.
Nothing can be confirmed about Liam's history. It is unknown if he fought or was even alive during The Battle of Solway Moss.
While at The Scot's Welcome Celebration Liam saw a beautiful woman he considered very saucy address the Queen of France. He approached her, after a bit of a cold introduction they began talking.
Later that night he brought her a cup of wine and they talked further on about their two countries. Things soon became passionate and they were kissing not long into meeting each other.
Liam and the lovely Catherine were lying together in the Queen of France's bedroom. He was worried they should leave but she seemed to have no problem being there. He soon realized he had things confused and that she was in fact the Queen of France. He apologized, but she told him not to. Liam then told her his plans had changed and he was riding back to Scotland in the morning instead. He promised her he wouldn't tell anyone of their night together.
That night Lord McKenzie asked if he wanted to go with him and a couple other to a whore house. He declined telling them it wasn't worth it since he'd had the real thing already.
Once the men were out of sight, someone came up behind Liam and quickly strangled him to death.
- Liam O'Mally's last name in fictional.
- Liam promised not to tell anyone he slept with Catherine, as she was the Queen of France and it could mean both their heads.