I mean, such a marriage wouldn't be as scandalous as Mary's second marriage in OTL, since Thomas is related to the Royal Family and is a member of one of the most prestigious houses in England.Nice(ish) that Mary and Thomas are plotting, hopefully they don't get into too much trouble and Henry is somewhat lenient.
Indeed, Catherine is going to make sure Elizabeth becomes the most educated Princess in Europe! As for Henry of York, he’ll definitely be in for a surprise when Mary and Thomas’s plan comes to fruition.it would definitely be nice for catherine to be able to see her sons more but at least she has her daughter to mold into the perfect christian renaissance queen and princess. and i have a feeling that henry of york isn't going to like what his sister and howard have planned...
I mean, Catherine and Henry are pretty much destined to but heads of Henry is Regent for her kids. They’ll both have two different views on what to do.Interesting (but not surprising) to see some friction between Catherine and Henry.. Oh boy, Mary's little plan well soon come to fruition, excited to see how it goes..
Most likely yes, she is the Spanish Ambassador to England, and will likely stay as such until after Ferdinand II dies, and by then Arthur will be of age and might just keep his Mother around, just so she can see her Grandchildren be born and grow up.Is Catherine gonna stay in England forever? Seems like she could remarry to the Duke of Savoy/King of Portugal or become regent for Castile and help Charles.
Yes, yes, I know. I'm broken record.
True, and I have thought about having her remarry to an English noble, or a second son of a foreign ruler, but for all a potential suitor may know, she may not be able to have more children due to her giving birth to triplets at 17.She's still young enough for more children.
Not if she stays in England. A Dowager Queen young enough to marry and have kids after the Kings death is exactly what happened when Henry V died, and Catherine Valois married Owen Tudor. If Katherine wants to stay in England, neither the Council, nor Henry of York, would allow her to remarry.She's still young enough for more children.