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Princess Mary Stuart Biography: Age, Height, Birthday, Career, Family, Personal Life, Net Worth

At the age of five, Mary was arranged to marry Henry VIII's only son in order to forge a political alliance with Scotland and keep it apart from France.

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Princess Mary Stuart Biography: On December 8, 1542, Princess Mary Stuart was born into the Scottish royal family at Linlithgow Palace in Scotland. Her parents were French royal family member Mary of Guise, the second wife of King James V. Half French and half Scottish, Princess Mary was.

The only legitimate child of James V to survive him, she was born prematurely. Because Margaret Tudor, her paternal grandmother, was Henry VIII of England’s elder sister, she was also a great-niece of the monarch. Six days after James V’s unexpected death, Mary was crowned Queen of Scotland. Her brief life was filled with many interesting and exciting events.

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Princess Mary Stuart: Early Life

James V, the King of Scotland, and his French wife welcomed Mary Stuart into the world on December 8, 1542. She is popularly known as Mary, Queen of Scots or Mary I of Scotland. She was James V’s lone surviving child and succeeded to the throne following his unexpected death when she was only six days old. On February 8, 1587, she was put to death at the age of 44.


From December of 1542 until her forced abdication in 1567, she ruled Scotland as Queen. Her mother, Mary of Guise, and the heir apparent, James Hamilton, the Earl of Arran, served as regents when she was a young girl in Scotland. At the age of five, Princess Mary’s mother sent her to France in order to protect her from the English forces. Growing up, Princess Mary was a guest of King Henry II and Queen Catherine de Médicis. She was engaged to Francis, the heir, also known as the Dauphin of France, in 1548. After their April 1558 marriage, she was crowned Queen Consort of France. From the time of his accession in 1558 until his death in 1560, she was in this role.

Following her husband’s passing in 1561, Mary went back to Scotland. She took the throne and ruled a Protestant realm as the Catholic monarch. Her early years of governance were seen as reasonable, pragmatist, and moderate. In fact, she went so far as to proclaim her acceptance of the religious settlement in Scotland. She wed her half-cousin Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley, in 1565, and the couple had a son named James in June of 1566.

Her second husband was discovered dead in the garden in 1567 after there had been a disturbance at his palace. Mary did, however, wed James Hepburn the following month—who was charged with the murder. She was convicted of plotting to carry out the assassination of Elizabeth I of England, and she was put in jail in 1568 and executed the following year.

Mary Stuart Net Worth and Height

Name Mary Stuart
Date of Birth December 8, 1542
Death Age 8 February 1587 (45)
Zodiac sign Sagittarius
Height 5′ 11″
Relationship Status
Net Worth $28 Million
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Why Mary, Queen of Scots, Is Loved

She was adaptable.

Mary was a favorite at the French court because she could play the lute and virginals well and was an excellent entertainer. Her grandmother from her mother gave her all the care she needed. She was incredibly vivacious, beautiful, and intelligent, and she had a promising future.

She had education

Princess Mary Stuart  was well-educated and gifted in needlework, hunting, horseback riding, and literature. She spoke six languages with ease. Her maternal grandmother, Antoinette de Bourbon, was another significant figure in her formative years. She served as one of Mary’s main mentors as well.

Scotland has a legend about her.

Among Scotland’s royal figures, Mary, Queen of Scots, is arguably the most fascinating and well-known. There had never been a legend quite like hers in terms of drama. She gained notoriety as the brave victim of a dramatic tragedy largely due to her bravery during her execution.

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She started to play politics.

At the age of five, Mary was arranged to marry Henry VIII’s only son in order to forge a political alliance with Scotland and keep it apart from France.

She was divisive.

She gained a lot of notoriety as a spokesperson for the Catholic cause in England while she was incarcerated.

Elizabeth opposed having her put to death.

Despite her reluctance, Queen Elizabeth I issued Mary’s death warrant, and Mary was put to death in 1587.

Her passing was glamorized.

On the day of her execution, Mary dressed elegantly as usual, wearing slippers and crimson brown velvet petticoats—a symbol of martyrdom in those days.

Her belongings caught fire.

All of Mary’s belongings were set on fire to prevent her from becoming a martyr and prevent bystanders from stealing any mementos.

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