House of Stuart
Information that may or may not be known:
She was related to the Venier family, of note in the late 1300’s Venice. She is clearly a typical lady raised on the best eduction that money could buy (for a female). She married into the D’Estie family in the typical diplomatic arrangement. There may or may not have been a series of court scandals that surrounded her life, for it seems that most of the things that should have been scandalous were accepted for various unknown reasons. She clearly managed to make her way to England sometime around the 1540’s. She was at that time in the company of a small traveling party when she arrived.
She has always acted as though life should be expected to come on a silver platter; but this does not make her anything but gracious and proper about it. She isn’t spoiled per say, just clearly raised in a lifestyle where certain things were to be expected.
She is striking and there is just something about her that is hard to ignore.