|Sebastian and Kenna's Wedding|
|Date:||Spring of 1558|
|In Honour of:|| Sebastian|
|In Attendance:|| King Henry |
|Description:||Witness the marriage of Sebastian and Kenna|
The wedding of Sebastian and Kenna took place in France in early Spring in the year 1558.
King Henry II forced his son, Bash to marry his ex mistress Lady Kenna to fulfil his promise to her on finding her a husband.
When Kenna demanded she marry someone with a title, Henry gave his son the title of 'Master of Horse and Hunt.' (Possibly in a mock display of power, but it appeared to come with power.) Henry then had a presit preform the ceremony and demanded his other son, Francis witness the wedding as well. Francis was accompanied by his mother, Queen Catherine, and his wife Mary Stuart who had brought along her Ladies-in-Waiting.
- Sebastian was titled Master or Horse and Hunt.
- Since his wedding, Bash has become a Lord. It is unknown if this was given to him along with his new title, or if his brother later gave it to him when he became king.
- They did not consumate their marriage until months later.
- Not consummating a wedding is grounds for a divorce/separation in the eyes of the Catholic Church.
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