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Lola
Lady Lola
Biographical Information
IRL: History's Mary Fleming
Real Name: Lola Fleming
Title: Lady Lola

Lola Fleming
Lady Lola Fleming Narcisse

Born: 16 December 1542
Age: 19
Religion: Catholic
Originally From: Linlithgow, Scotland
Current Location: Linlithgow, Scotland
Husband: Lord Narcisse

Lord Julien (Estranged)

Parents: Malcolm Fleming (Father)

Janet Fleming (Mother)

Family: Fredrick Fleming (Brother)

Robert † (Brother)
Unnamed Brother †
Two unnamed brothers

Children: John Philip
Interests: Louis Condé (Ex-Fiancé)

Colin MacPhail(Fiancé)

Affiliations: Kingdom of Scotland

Kingdom of France
Lola and Lord Julien
Condé and Lola
Narcisse and Lola

Physical Description
Gender: Female Female
Height: 5'3 ½
Status: Deceased
Character Information
First appearance: Pilot
Portrayed by: Anna Popplewell
GALLERY


"You are my Queen and we are your subjects. We're here in service to you. Whatever that means, whatever that costs us."
Lady Lola to Queen Mary

Lady Lola Fleming Narcisse was one of the Ladies-in-Waiting and a close friend of Queen Mary. She was briefly married to Lord Julien, who is publicly believed dead, and has since given birth to King Francis' only child. In Spiders in a Jar, Queen Elizabeth had her decapitated.

Must See EpisodesEdit

PersonalityEdit

Lola is brave, but is very stubborn and can be a little rude. She is loyal to her Queen, and has a deep caring nature about her, but is prone to lash out when upset. She craves for love and is scared of being left alone. Her wish to find love often makes her reactive and she would often use her heart more than her head. She's shocked of how vicious the French Court was when her beloved was killed. Throughout the season she starts being quite smart with how she interacts. She always tried to do the right thing, but doesn't always make it. She became pregnant with Francis' child while he and Mary were not engaged.

Early LifeEdit

Lola was hand picked by Marie de Guise to be a playmate, and when older, a Lady-in-waiting to Queen Mary when they were both little girls. Years later, Lola dated a Scottish boy named Colin MacPhail who worked on a farm, Lola lived with her family until she was sent to France in service of Queen Mary once more.

Season 1Edit

Pilot 10 Ladies in Waiting

Ladies-in-Waiting

Trumpets sound as they arrive at French Court waiting for their Queen. Lady Kenna, Greer Norwood, Lady Aylee and Lady Lola all emerge from their carriages. Admiring their greeting from the French Court, their own Queen arrives, and they are finally all together again. Mary Stuart asked if the woman beside the King is Queen Catherine, but it was Diane de Poitiers, the King's official mistress. And beside them is their son Sebastian, the King's favourite. Mary is stopped by Prince Francis who cuts across the grass to meet her. They exchanged greetings and Mary talked on sheepishly, losing her composure. Francis then escorted Mary towards his parents for proper introduction.

In Queen Mary's Rooms they are all given instructions on their duties to their Queen. After dressing up in new gowns and make up, they decide to explore the castle.

Pilot -Colin

Surprise!

Lola was taking a bath and was surprised when she felt a hand on her, but was very excited to see it was Colin MacPhail, her boyfriend from Scotland who traveled to join her in France. They embraced and Colin soon proposed, and she accepted. Once Lola was dressed they brought their case to Queen Catherine, who was pleased with this union. But the Queen asked Lola to do something for her, and had to leave the room.

Pilot - 22 Lola

Why are they talking

That evening at Elisabeth and Philip's Wedding Lola and Greer are talking when Colin MacPhail walks in. Greer ask why he is talking to Mary instead of Lola. Lola, annoyed states he's simply paying his respects to his Queen as he hands her a glass of wine. They both cheer and drink up. Then Mary suggest they all start dancing, as they do feathers fall from the ceiling. Later at the bedding ceremony Lola and the girls decide to spy of the even, wanting to know what they will be in for on their wedding nights. When they decide they've seen enough, they run off in different directions. Lola goes to look for Colin and appears to be unable to find him.

The day morning Mary informs them Colin MacPhail attempted to rape her that night, and was taken away by her guards. Lola tells them that Colin told her, someone had put him up to it. Mary decided she wants to talk with Colin herself. However, after meeting with the King and Queen finds out Colin was beheaded at dawn that morning. Lola blames Mary for what happened. Mary tried to calm her and promises to protect them as they are all still friends. None of the girl’s answer and they all stay quiet, none of them looking at each other. Mary leaves, upset.

"You are my Queen and we are your subjects. We're here in service to you. Whatever that means, whatever that costs us."
Lola


Snakes in Garden - 11 Group

Lola finally falls to sleep in Mary's room the morning after she finds out about Colin MacPhail's death. Hours later she is present in The Throne Room when Prince Charles finds out about his engagement to Lady Madeleine. Mary manages to tag along on the outing to be with Price Francis.

That afternoon they are all gathered in Mary's chambers when King Henry and Queen Catherine make a personal appearance. They inform them that Colin has escaped and is now most likely in The Blood Wood. Mary request to see him when he is found. Preferably alive.

Snakes in Garden - 16 Ladies in Waiting

The next morning they all attend Charles and Madeleine's Engagement Party. Kenna asks who the King is talking with since he's clearly ignoring the Queen. Greer says he's the king and can talk with whomever he wants.

That night Lola is in the hallway with the girls when Francis informs Mary that Colon's body has been found.


Kissed - 3 ladies

girl talk

Lola and the girls are all having a picnic down by the river. The topic of kissing comes up, Kenna say she wants a more experienced man, and Greer informs them she's never had her first kiss. Respectfully no one asks Lola. Sara D'Piro comes down and informs them that Mary's uncle Claude de Guise is waiting for her in her chambers.

That night while at dinner Nostradamus is order by King Henry to read Mary and her ladies fortunes. He tells Lola she will love again, but tells Aylee she will never see Scotland again. He leaves and Mary follows him angry.

Not long after that do they all witness Mary having a romantic dance with Francis, only to be interrupted by Tomás His dancing style in much more sophisticated. Mary soon leaves, followed by Greer.


Hearts and Minds - 7 Lola w notra

I can help him

It's morning time and Mary and her ladies are watching a tournament outside between Francis and Tomás of Portugal. However Lola had to miss it, she has been instructed by her Queen to look after Sebastian. He was badly hurt a couple nights before and is recovering with Nostradamus by his side. Not long after she arrives does Bash send his caretaker away in favour of her. She reads to him a book.

Soon Bash is asking about her life, and he shows her the drawing he made of an Archangel. They continue talking and Lola tells him of her two dead old brothers.

Hearts and Minds - 31 Lola

Where is Tomás?

The next day Lola decides to dress up as an Archangel, possible to impress Bash. However she receives the bad news when they realize Tomás is missing, and he might actually have been the one to order the hit that hurt Bash, and not Simon Westbrook. Francis is with them too, and the two brother go off to find him.

Back at the The Michaelmas Banquette Lola and the girls are trying to think of a way to stall time so King Henry doesn't have the wrong man beheaded. Kenna somehow convinces him to wait a little longer.

The next day in the throne room Mary is with all her ladies when she takes advantage that France will have to renegotiate with Scotland for a marriage between the countries.

Royal Blood - Fredrick II

Getting into trouble

Fredrick Fleming is in Paris, France and after being caught cheated at cards, has talked his way out of getting his hands smashed by promising to pay off his debt with interest. Not long after, Lola arrives with the money.

When Lola pays off his debt, the housemaster informs her of his cheating and tells her that the price for that is much higher. He insinuates that a night with her would clear her brother of what was left over, and any hard feelings. Luckily for Lola Francis' appears and decided to made a wager. Francis pays 4 times the debt for one-quarter of the cards. After he loses he tries again, this time the wager has been raised to 16 times the original debt and the housemaster draws a Queen. Francis draws and King and wins.

Royal Blood - 35 - Francis n Lola

Lola and Francis retire to his room where they play cards for the rest of the night and Lola complains about her screw-up brother, but they are all her parents have left. Francis sympathizes with her and hours later they fall asleep beside each other.

The next morning they wake up clothed, but in each other's arms. Soon the sexual tension builds and after Lola confirms that Mary will not be upset, and Francis is assured she is not a maiden, they consummate their relationship. By noon they are both downstairs again ready to part ways. However they are informed that the Queen of France is to be beheaded within the week and Francis is eager to return back to court.


Consummation Lola

Feeling bad...

Francis and Lola had spent the night in a wooden cabin. Francis was already up and dressed, and was coming back to the cabin when Lola was finishing up. Francis’ mind was preoccupied on whether or not his mother was alive or dead. He was scared of what was going to happen, and didn't want to be around for Mary, and his brother's wedding. Mother wanted them to go over there lie again, as she did not want Mary to know they had been together. Francis assured her she would not.

Half a day later France it's entered the castle with Lola in front of him as she told their lie. She then requested that Greer and Kenna follow her back to her chambers and help her change out of her clothes.

Later that day, King Henry arrived and told everyone how the English Queen was dead. He then demanded that Mary makes her choose on which of his sons to marry.

Consummation - Promo II

The next day while helping Mary get ready for her wedding, she confronted Kenna, asking her where she had been the night before when she went to visit her with hot coco, but a servant said she was with the king. Kenna tried to play it off, but Lola's said it was very late, and she knew what she was up to and it was a mistake. Kenna then informed Lola she knew of the Château she had claimed to stay at and that it had burned down the year before. She didn't know exactly what Lola and Francis had been up to, but she could make a pretty good guess.

"I don't know what happened between you two, but I can guess. So don't council me on mistakes."
Lady Kenna

Not long after that Lola walked with Greer, and Kenna down the aisle for Mary and Francis' Wedding. Once it was over they all retreated to the wedding reception and danced together. However, soon it was time for the consummation ceremony.

While Francis' and Mary were in the middle of their bedding ceremony, Lola was having a hard time watching, knowing she had just been with Francis the night before.


Season 2Edit

The The Black Plague reaches the castle despite Queen Catherine and Mary's attempts to shut it out.

Outside the castle, King Francis finds Lola and their newly-born son, and they are aided by Francis' cousin, Louis Condé. Louis offers to send Lola and her baby away on a boat, but Francis refuses, wanting to keep his son close to him.

Francis, Louis, Lola and her child arrive safely at the castle. Mary is discomfited by the baby but gives Francis her blessing to claim the child.

A grand christening is held for Francis and Lola's son. Estelle the woman who helped Lola give birth, goes to Lola for help because she wants to be freed of her new marriage with Lord Narcisse. Believing Narcisse to be abusive, Lola and Mary sneak Estelle out of the castle, but Estelle later jumps off a cliff to her death. Narcisse tells Lola that the stories of abuse were untrue and that he was overprotective of Estelle because she was suicidal, also telling her about two other marriages that both ended in the deaths of his wives. He says that "Love is a rare jewel I have yet to see."

In the next episode, Lola is surprised when she's approached by Narcisse, who wishes to pursue her as a sexual partner.

Lola is disowned by her family after they learn of her bearing a child by Francis. Resolved to be independent, Lola decides to regain her dowry from Lord Julien's family, but is blocked from doing so until Narcisse offers to help her in return for her spending time with him. They grow closer through flirtation and court games (though it starts with tea and archery), but Lola remains cautious of his reputation.

Narcisse demands that Francis sign an edict that will force everyone in France to openly declare their faith. Francis turns to Sebastian for help, confessing the truth that he killed Henry. Lola is tasked by Francis to plant false evidence inside Narcisse's house that could get Narcisse arrested as a traitor but she claims she was unable to go through with it. In truth, she hid the evidence behind a painting while Narcisse drew a bath, during which he told Lola that Francis killed King Henry.

"Once Francis learns of our relationship, and asks you to betray my trust, I want you to remember who told you the truth about who they are and what they are capable of."

After learning that Narcisse threatened her son when ensuring his control over Francis, Lola reveals to Francis that she did, in fact, plant the evidence on Narcisse, but, after a search of Narcisse's home, it isn't found. Narcisse later confronted Lola, telling her that he found the evidence shortly after she left and when soldiers didn't immediately arrive, he thought she'd had a change of heart. She angrily tells him that she had, until she learned that he'd threatened her child. "You're just a dangerous man," she says bitterly.

In the next episode, Narcisse confides to Lola that he's shocked at the Protestants' desperation and regrets to have brought things this far.

In episode 10, Francis has a dozen Protestants publicly hanged, throws Narcisse into the dungeon, and finally confesses to Mary that Narcisse has been blackmailing him over his regicide.

Lola and conde

S02E13 Lola and Conde dance together.

Lola and Louis are engaged after both Francis and Mary ask them (both for different reasons). Narcisse mocks Louis' predictability and suggests that Lola go to the hot springs with him. Lola ignores his advances, but when she later sees him kissing Princess Claude, she appears hurt. She tells Kenna that she wants someone predictable and dependable. Kenna says nothing, only nods and appears amused. Lola is then approached by Louis, who asks her if she wants to dance. She beams at him and does so happily. Later, Louis and Mary have a heart-to-heart where Mary acknowledges that she fears losing him, and doesn't want him to pursue a relationship with Lola. Francis still wishes to reconcile with Mary, but renews his friendship with Lola, whom he has been ignoring for Mary's sake.

Lola and narcisse

S02E15 Lola kisses Narcisse while high.

Francis arranges a marriage for his and Lola's son with the Habsburgs, but it's sabotaged when Lola meets them while high on Marie de Guise's opiates, insulting the child's appearance. She is taken back to the castle where she sees Narcisse in the hallway and chases after him, asking him if sex with him would be scary or simple. She leans in, giggling, and says that she's ready to find out. She and Narcisse share a deep kiss which is broken off when Lola bites his lip too hard, and he tells her that he thinks she's not in her right mind and that he doesn't want to be with her like this, though she is heartbreakingly tempting. He tells the maid with her to watch over Lola and watches them leave, smiling when Lola tells the maid, "He didn't even offer me a bath. And he always offers a bath!"

Lola advises Francis to let Mary go through her healing process with Louis, and Francis listens to her.

Later, Lola and Kenna visit Greer's brothel and are surprised by her great success as a madam.

The Duke of Guise's high treason agents the crown is covered up in light of his murder. King Antoine, King Francis, Queen Mary, Queen Catherine, Marie de Guise, Louis Condé and Lady Lola all attend his funeral.

After King Francis tells Lola he was looking her her at the Duke's Memorial service. He has good news. The Duke and Duchess Von Amsberg are in town, they're a wealthy, and powerful branch of The Hapsburgs, and have agreed to an engagement between their infant daughter and their own son, John Philip.


Season 3Edit

Three Queens, Two Tigers
Lord Narcisse confronts her about avoiding him, and she tells him that she will never change her mind with her life on the line. Narcisse promises to protect her, but she counters him, asking, "Who will protect me from you?" Narcisse tells her that if she was his, he would protect her with his life and much more. Lola brings up his violent past, and he tells her that he would never hurt her and she knows that.

Lola talks to King Francis about Narcisse, and he tells her that he doesn't want their son to grow up around a man like Narcisse.

"The topic of Narcisse is finished. I forbid your union, and in doing so I am saving you from the biggest mistake of your life."
Narcisse later finds Lola bathing in his chambers. She smiles coyly, saying, "You like me in baths" to which he responds, "I do." He asks her if she has changed her mind about his proposition to let him court her. She tries to avoid the topic, instead attempting to seduce him. He tells her that he developed a great fondness for her and genuinely cares for her, stating that, "You do not need to seduce a man who already wants you." Lola wants to have a relationship with Narcisse in secret, but Narcisse turns her down.
"I am going to marry you. And I can promise you that it is not a mistake because we are right for each other. You don't see it. But I do. And I am prepared to wait until you see it, too."
Mary tells Lola that Francis is dying, and warns her to be wary of Narcisse. Narcisse tricks Lola into believing that Catherine wants to destroy her and that she'll be safer with him by planting a rat in her bath; Lola, thinking Narcisse can protect her, starts an affair with him. "Now that I have what I want, it is time to become the man deserving of it. (Betrothed)

While spending time with her son and Francis, Francis reveals that he knows about Lola's and Narcisse's relationship. He admits that he knows he can't control everything once he's dead and that Jon won't even remember him, but asks her to give Jon a good father figure and to not marry Narcisse. Lola promises to consider his wishes, and tells Narcisse at the celebration about Francis's doubts about him. She tells him that as long as Francis has doubts about his character, she won't marry him. Charles accidentally causes his friend, Lady Constance, to overdose on opium, but she is saved with Claude and Narcisse's help. Francis learns of Narcisse's helping Charles and gives his blessing for Narcisse and Lola to wed immediately, and the two get married in this episode. She and Narcisse embrace after their wedding but are approached by Catherine de Medici, who wishes them a "long and healthy life." (Extreme Measures)

Lord Darnley promises not to marry Queen Marry of Scotland, and in return, Queen Elizabeth will pay off Lady Keira's dowry to her family so she and Lord Darnley can marry. However before the sum could be paied in secret by a single horseman, Lord Narcisse arranged his murder, as part of his revenge against Elizabeth for Lola's death. [1]

Narcisse proposes to Lola as they're in bed. She accepts and he gives her an engagement ring. Later, Lord Narcisse wants to slip away with Lady Lola, however she declines, informing him King Francis knows about them. He answers that that is a problem, and they will find a solution. Lola tells him she can't do it anymore. Realizing her life belonged to her son, John Philip. She has to think about what's best for him, and she's not sure that's him. As long as Francis has doubts, so will she. Narcisse adds he's raised children of him own, some of them turned out quite well, like Luc Narcisse.

Charles tells Francis of how Narcisse saved Lady Constance and Francis summons Narcisse to inform him that he'll bless his and Lola's marriage. He and Lola get married. They're embracing in the hallway as Catherine de Medici approaches them and wishes them a "long and happy life.

When Narcisse overhears Lola confronting Catherine about the dead rat and Catherine denying it, he quickly steps in and leaves with Lola. He assures Lola that she will be safe and that Catherine will be busy trying to get votes to be Regent. While on their honeymoon he sneaks out and Lola questions him about it but he deflects her questions by saying he was arranging breakfast and a tour of the vineyards. Later while they are eating, a peasant woman accuses Narcisse of tricking her illiterate father out of his land. He explains to Lola that he did it so that he would be able to take Jean's spot on the privy council and protect them from Catherine.


Wedlock
William Cecil informed Queen Elizabeth, Mary of Scots' closest friend, her lady Lola, had agreed to be her hostage in exchange for her family's release, and she was on a boat headed for England's shores.

Later, Greer told Mary Stuart The Spanish alliance from her marriage to Don Carlos would empower her and their nation against Elizabeth, and having Spain would allow her to bring Lola and her family home alive.


Bruises That Lie
While talking with Lola, Queen Elizabeth mentioned how Royals have such a strange sense of family. Her father, King Henry VIII cut off her mother, Anne Boleyn's head. her sister, Mary Tudor jailed her as a threat to her rule. And how Lola has King Francis's bastard son, John Philip.

Queen Elizabeth tells William Cecil that her inability to be with the one she loves doesn't mean no one else cannot be. She sends Agatha to her father, Gideon Blackburn in France and releases Lola's family.

Weeks later, Mary tells Gideon she received news in a letter from Lola, Elizabeth is keeping her word. His daughter is coming to France. Gideon kisses Mary after she delivers the news to him.


To The Death
Queen Elizabeth announced she was going to give a golden apple to the first 100 people in line during King Henry VIII's 50 Year Coronation Celebration. While Beatrice Somerset was in line, Lady Lola tried to put pearls into her purse. She broke the necklace and, in the commotion the Queen had them both arrested.

While in The Tower of London, Lola expressed a man had told her to do it. She thought it was a game between the two. Anne's former best friend Beatrice Somerset and Lady Lola were both arrested. While in The Tower of London, Beatrice Somerset told Lady Lola the story of Anne Boleyn and King Henry VIII. She asked Lola if she'd heard the stories, the lady who sold out her dearest friend and infant daughter. She told outlandish tales Anne was guilty of witchcraft and other depravities. Because everyone knew Henry wanted her gone, so to speak ill of Anne was to curry favor with the King. Anne's chambermaid claimed to have seen Anne and her brother George Boleyn together. But King Henry knew no one would believe it unless it came from someone like her, a close friend to Anne. After the trial, Henry awarded her The Boleyn family lands. Henry knew the chambermaid's story was a lie. The only thing Anne was ever guilty of was not having a son. She adding she always wished she could speak with Queen Elizabeth to explain about Anne.


Safe Passage - (Mentioned)
Narcisse and Catherine are disguising Queen Mary's travels back to Scotland. Queen Catherine says Mary is sailing into a hostile nation of Protestants, and must leave immediately. Needing her mercenaries for her own protection. Lord Narcisse warns her if that situation explodes, it is better for Mary to incur losses over her. Catherine realized he really does not like Mary. Narcisse reminds her Mary sent his son, Eduard Narcisse to his death. He may not have been a son to be proud of, but he was his, nevertheless. And when Lola had doubts about his commitment to her, and Mary fanned the flames of their discord, driving her to England.

Mary Stuart told Sebastian how she remembered first coming to Court. Stepping out of the carriage, everyone lined up to welcome her. She was so nervous, but at least she had her friends, Kenna, Aylee, Greer, Lola.

Spiders In a Jar
Lola was sentanced to death after being found guilty of conspiring to assassinate Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth of England. Thinking that it was an order from Mary Stuart, but it was John Knox.


Robert Dudley tells Elizabeth, how sorry he is over Lady Lola's beheading. knowing she'd grown very fond of her. Elizabeth says she let her get close because she was lonely.


Season 4Edit

With Friends Like These - (Mentioned)
Greer arrived in Edinburgh, Scotland in time for Lola's funeral. She left Rose Castleroy behind in France with her husband, Aloysius Castleroy. Mary prepares her eulogy for Lola's funeral. Stating how Lola Fleming Narcisse was a mother and a wife. She was her lady and her dear, dear friend, and she shall never be forgotten. However, during the funeral, Mary became ill and had to leave early. Asking Greer to stay behind with Lola's parents.

Elizabeth and Gideon discused the events surrounding Lola's execution. Gideon Blackburn asked if they gain any information in Scotland, but Queen Mary maintained her innocence. Queen Elizabeth said Lola admitted the order came from Mary. Gideon wondered if Lola was wrong, used by someone. Elizabeth added Lord Narcisse was imprisoned in The Tower of London and refused to speak, but John Philip and his nanny were missing. Lola had probably planned an escape for after her death, and they were back in France.

Gideon Blackburn re-introduced himself to Lord Narcisse. Reminding him they met in France. Gideon said he know why Narcisse was refusing to speak, he was afraid of being implicated in his wife's crime. But he could trust him. Gideon knew he wasn't involved and neither was Mary. Insisting Mary would never put a friend in danger like that. Narcisse argued Mary would if her country were at risk. Elizabeth was on the edge of taking Scotland, and Lola would never have done it unless the order came from Mary. However it is soon realized, John's nanny, Renee might be involved. Narcisse left little John with her in hiding waiting to flee. But if Renee betrayed Lola, and her own Queen, they wondered what she might she do to a child left behind, a complication.

Renee told Gideon Blackburn that John Philip, knows him as his mother's friend. But he still calls out for her, he doesn't understands his mom isn't coming back.

Queen Elizabeth informed Narcisse, Lola's son was safe, and he was at the castle. Narcisse told her John Knox was responsible. Lola thought she was following Mary's orders, but she was following his.

Mary Stuart received a letter from Gideon Blackburn. Informing her John Knox was behind the assassination attempt on Elizabeth. He'd forged a letter in Mary's handwriting ordering Lola to kill Elizabeth.


A Grain Of Deception - (Mentioned)
James Stuart tells his sister Mary Stuart he made a mistake. He failed to tell her about Knox's involvement in Lola's death because her didn't trust her leadership.

Mary Stuart tries to talk Greer into staying in Scotland. Telling her, since she'd arrived, she'd felt very alone with no one to turn to. She also adds she had to respond officially to Lola's involvement in the assassination attempt against Elizabeth. And had no choice but to confiscate her family's lands. But she still wants them taken care of, so she wants Greer and Castleroy to move to Scotland and manage their lands for them.

Queen Elizabeth summoned Lord Narcisse to talk about John Knox. Elizabeth did not want him to assassinate Knox, not until she got proof, as the nanny was her only witness and now dead. There was no proof of that crime, so she needs Knox to plot another. Promising if he could entrap Knox, she'd give him his freedom, and after he could have Knox.

Gideon Blackburn goes to visit John Philip with his new nanny. She tells him the poor boy has trouble falling asleep, and misses his mother, adding he's lost much for one so young. His father, mother And his last caregiver. They found her with the boy and brought them back to court, but an infection took her strangely quick.

Lord Narcisse confided to Gideon Blackburn that as much as it pained him to admit, Lola was part of an assassination attempt, and Elizabeth had no choice.


Leaps of Faith - (Mentioned)
Narcisse and Catherine were reunited at French Court, along with John Philip. Catherine thanked Narcisse for returning John, and promises to protect him, to honour Francis and Lola, and as his stepfather, he would always be in his life. But Narcisse didn't want that, John had Lola's eyes and he coulnd't look at him.

Elizabeth and Gideon bring up Mary Stuart, and Gideon Blackburn asks permission to marry Mary, with Elizabeth's blessing. Gideon insists Mary is not like her, or even Catherine. She never angled to be Queen. She was crowned at six days old, and it had cost her everything. Her husband, King Francis, whom she adored, and her best friend, Lola. Also she wants is to be happy and have a family, now power.


Playing With Fire - (Mentioned)
Mary Stuart and Lady Greer are enjoying the sunshine, while eating fruit. Mary tells Greer she'll help her set up her home for when Rose and Castleroy arrive from France. She adds she could see why Lola spoke of her childhood in Scotland so fondly. And now Greer's daughter will get to experience the same.


Highland Games - (Mentioned)
Mary Stuart and James Stuart recieved another letter from "Loyal Watchman" warning of Lord Darnley's. Mary told her brother to find out who he was, and start with John Knox. He had schemed with letters before, and the outcome cost Lola her life. James agrees to being up the matter with Emily Knox.


A Better Man - (Mentioned)
Lord Narcisse was trying to use Nicole Touchet to keep King Charles on the throne, and the country Catholic. However she was upset Narcisse didn't love her back, and called off their arrangement. Narcisse apologized, claiming Nicole had come to mean something to him. But he'd had a wife who was killed, Lola, and being with her feel like a betrayal, he didn’t want to, but the truth was that he could not erase her from his mind.

Narcisse and Catherine meet up again. Lord Narcisse tells her how he played Nicole masterfully. And all it cost him was the desecration of Lola's memory.


The Shakedown - (Mentioned)
Elizabeth and Gideon are discovered kissing by Jane. Queen Elizabeth yells she cannot risk her reputation. She was the "Virgin Queen" plus her marriage to Archduke Ferdinand will be ger best protection against her enemies, and the engagement will be undone if Jane lives to speak. Gideon Blackburn tried to persuade her. Because they spent a carefree moment together, an innocent girl, a loyal servant, had to lose her life. Elizabeth asks what are innocence and loyalty to her, Lola was both, and she conspired to have her killed. Lola actively betrayed her, and Elizabeth had no choice, and still Lola's death haunted her. Not long after, Gideon agreed to take Jane to the woods and when he return, they would return to court. But he added, when it's done, she will feel no safer, and after Lola died, she only felt more alone.

Later Elizabeth confided Lola's death still haunted her When she was brought to execution, she had a look in her eyes she will never forget, and Jane had that same look. She that is why she let her live.


Coup de Grace - (Mentioned)
Gideon Blackburn and Lord Narcisse meet again in England. Gideon stated his Queen executed Lola, and he understand the bitterness, but not letting his grudge push their countries to war, Elizabeth had no choice, and she suffered from the loss of Lola too. Admitting he had lost his wife and daughter, Agatha.

Narcisse and Catherine are in bed together. Queen Catherine mentioned how after all they've been through, all they've lost, the two of them were still here, keeping the kingdom from falling apart. Together they really are a force to be reckoned with. But adds when she told him to get over the loss of Lola, she didn't mean for him to sleep with every woman in the castle.

Gideon and Narcisse prepare to say goodbye. Narcisse thought it'd be nice if both men would claim a victory. Gideon for his queen, and himself to ensure France remains independent from Spain. Gideon adds he's an exemplary statesman, setting aside his personal feelings for the good of his country. Lola would be proud.


A Bride. A Box. A Body. - (Mentioned)
Lord Narcisse arrived in Scotland, telling Queen Mary he'd come for revenge for Lola, and wanted to take what John Knox held most dear. Mary tells him, Catherine had informed her he'dbeen there at the end. She added she was thankful Lola wasn't alone. But also added Knox would pay, but not by Narcisse's hand. His followers would be quick to blame her if he were to die or disappear under mysterious circumstances. Narcisse assure Mary, there will be no repercussions for your Crown, Catherine was very clear, insistent upon it.

Lord Narcisse strangles John Knox. Reminding him how Lola was just a pawn in his political schemes, her death, a mere byproduct. But he loved her, more than life itself, and was forced to stand and watch as they killed her. Informing him, there are consequences, taking from a man what he holds most dear.

Lord Narcisse returned to Scottish Court to say goodbye to Mary Stuart. Mary said she was surprised to see him, it could be some time until John Knox was brought to justice for Lola. Narcisse left Mary with a parting gift. Telling her she was still free to take legal steps against Knox, but he'd taken what Knox valued the most, his testicles. Mary told him he was a monster, and his vile act would not ease his pain. Narcisse insisted revenge was not meant to ease pain, it was meant to balance the scales. Because he will live with the pain of Lola's death for the rest of his life, but now, he had made sure everyone responsible for it would forever suffer too. Mary realized Narcisse was behind Gideon Blackburn's poisoning because Elizabeth loved Gideon, and now, she knew what it felt like to lose the one she loved the most. Mary banishes Narcisse from court.


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  • Lola is revealed to have a mother, father, and three brothers, however previously it was revealed Lola and Fredrick Fleming were the other surviving member of their family. [17] [12]

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Season One
Pilot Snakes in the Garden Kissed Hearts and Minds A Chill in the Air Chosen Left Behind Fated For King and Country Sacrifice Inquisition
Royal Blood Consummation Dirty Laundry The Darkness Monsters Liege Lord No Exit Toy Soldiers Higher Ground Long Live The King Slaughter Of Innocence
Season Two
The Plague Drawn and Quartered Coronation The Lamb and the Slaughter Blood for Blood Three Queens The Prince of the Blood Terror of the Faithful Acts of War Mercy Getaway
Banished Sins of the Past The End of Mourning Forbidden Tasting Revenge Tempting Fate Reversal of Fortune Abandoned Fugitive The Siege Burn
Season Three
Three Queens, Two Tigers Betrothed Extreme Measures The Price In A Clearing Fight or Flight The Hound and the Hare Our Undoing Wedlock
Bruises That Lie Succession No Way Out Strange Bedfellow To The Death Safe Passage Clans Intruders Spiders In a Jar

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