At Stuarts Weekly we are fortunate enough to meet like-minded people who are willing to share their work with us. Moniek from the website, History of Royal Women is one of these fantastic people. She has allowed us to share this wonderful piece of history with you about the history of the Stuarts. As we’ve… Continue reading The Imprisonment of the Bruce Women
National Portrait Gallery: The eldest son of James I and Anne of Denmark, Henry was by all accounts a remarkable prince; intelligent and learned, he excelled in feats of arms and was an informed patron of the arts. This portrait by his official artist Robert Peake is thought to have… Continue reading Heirs Who Never Took The Throne: Henry Frederick, Prince of Wales
Guest article written by: Karlie On 28 July 1683 Anne Stuart –daughter of the future King James II and his wife Anne Hyde — married Prince George of Denmark in London at the Chapel Royal in St James Palace. As is often the case with royal marriages, Anne and George’s union was not a love… Continue reading The Good Queen Anne: Mother of Great Britain
When you think of Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley a couple of things come to mind – his tumultuous marriage to Mary, Queen of Scots and his scandalous death that made Mary herself the prime suspect. But what do you know about Darnley prior to his marriage to the Queen of Scots? Henry Stuart was born… Continue reading Was Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley a Pawn?