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Mary Tudor, Henry VIII's younger sister was known as one of the most beautiful princesses in Europe. She also had the trademark red hair of the Tudors. When she married the King of France, the Ambassador from Venice described her as " a Paradise - tall, slender, grey-eyed, possessing an extreme pallor". She wore her glorious silken red-gold hair flowing loose to her waist. She and her brother Henry were close as children, and he named his daughter Mary after her.

Mary Tudor, Henry VIII's younger sister was known as one of the most beautiful princesses in Europe. She also had the trademark red hair of the Tudors. When she married the King of France, the Ambassador from Venice described her as " a Paradise - tall, slender, grey-eyed, possessing an extreme pallor". She wore her glorious silken red-gold hair flowing loose to her waist. She and her brother Henry were close as children, and he named his daughter Mary after her.

France, 16th century. Maria Stuart. Source of entry: Collection of Prince L. Ya. Lobanov-Rostovsky, Petrograd, 1867.

France, 16th century. Maria Stuart. Source of entry: Collection of Prince L. Ya. Lobanov-Rostovsky, Petrograd, 1867.

Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots (1542 – 1587) Engraving of drawing by Francois Clouet of Mary as Dauphine of France opp. p 322 – Henri II : His...

Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots (1542 – 1587) Engraving of drawing by Francois Clouet of Mary as Dauphine of France opp. p 322 – Henri II : His...

Mary Stuart (1542–1587), Queen of Scots by unknown artist Glasgow Museums Oil on panel, 24.5 x 19.2 cm Collection: Glasgow Museums Where to see this painting? Provand’s Lordship 3 Castle Street, Glasgow, Scotland, G4 0RB

Mary Stuart (1542–1587), Queen of Scots by unknown artist Glasgow Museums Oil on panel, 24.5 x 19.2 cm Collection: Glasgow Museums Where to see this painting? Provand’s Lordship 3 Castle Street, Glasgow, Scotland, G4 0RB

Mary Quen of Scots and Queen Elizabeth...

Mary Quen of Scots and Queen Elizabeth...

Queen Isabella of Castille, mother of Henry VIII.'s first wife, Katherine of Aragon. A formidable leader and strong woman who knew how to lead an army and win dynastic wars in her native Spain, she wasn't alive to see Henry forfeit her daughter for Anne Boleyn-which was probably a good thing for Henry.

Queen Isabella of Castille, mother of Henry VIII.'s first wife, Katherine of Aragon. A formidable leader and strong woman who knew how to lead an army and win dynastic wars in her native Spain, she wasn't alive to see Henry forfeit her daughter for Anne Boleyn-which was probably a good thing for Henry.

1533 – Elizabeth I of England (d. 1603) | ... Tudor queen with red hair. Elizabeth I (1533 ... | Elizabeth 1 153

1533 – Elizabeth I of England (d. 1603) | ... Tudor queen with red hair. Elizabeth I (1533 ... | Elizabeth 1 153

One set of horse armour belonging to Henry VIII, it is known as the Burgundian bard.

One set of horse armour belonging to Henry VIII, it is known as the Burgundian bard.

Elizabeth Princess Royal,1606 Elizabeth aged about 10 years old by Robert Peake the Elder

Elizabeth Princess Royal,1606 Elizabeth aged about 10 years old by Robert Peake the Elder

Nicholas Hilliard, Elizabeth I

Nicholas Hilliard, Elizabeth I