No way in the hell who Ferdinand (of Austria) is engaged to Anna while he is under the custody of his grandfather Ferdinand. The boy would be available for her ONLY after the death of Ferdinand of Aragon and ONLY if he do not get Spain (in the latter case he will be already engaged to Isabella of Portugal AND King of Aragon and Castile with Catalina or Germaine and Catalina as regents).Is there any chance Ferdinaid would marry Anna of Hungary instead of Isabella of Portugal? Let's say the marriage happened before he was declared Prince of Austrius. I know that means no husband for Isabella but Anna is one of the reasons the Hapsburg didn't die out sooner thanks to all the inbreeding they did.
When I said the Hapsburgs were inbreed I meant the Hapsburgs of Spain who probably would have died out a lot quicker if not for Anna of Hungry because as I recall from Philip II of Spain to Charles II, there was no breathing room from the Uncle and Niece and the Cousins marriages or at least there was no heirs from the marriages outside their dynasty.No way in the hell who Ferdinand (of Austria) is engaged to Anna while he is under the custody of his grandfather Ferdinand. The boy would be available for her ONLY after the death of Ferdinand of Aragon and ONLY if he do not get Spain (in the latter case he will be already engaged to Isabella of Portugal AND King of Aragon and Castile with Catalina or Germaine and Catalina as regents).
PLUS STOP TO SAY WHO THE HABSBURGS WERE IMBREEDED AS THEY WERE NOT. The imbreeding was a tendency of Trastamaras and specially Avis so the line of Charles and Mary Tudor will be safe AND for the one of Ferdinand and Isabella you need to have their children marrying outside the Spain/Portugal circle.
I am wondering is the Valos dynasty in France will still day out if that my lead to an second hundred years war in the 17th and 18th century I am puncturing an United Kingdom of Britannica vs France.(OT: I updated everything else so it seemed only fair).
As it turned out Queen Margaret did not birth her fourth child in the Tower of London but instead in Palace of Richmond. It was a third boy. Queen Margaret decided he would be Prince Henry of Richmond, making him his grandfather's namesake in more ways than one. King James is understandably thrilled that he now has three sons, declaring that God has blessed all of Britain.
In her letter to her fiance, Mary writes of how lucky she is to be a witness to her sister's joy for there has been little to celebrate these past years and now it seems that England is growing stronger by the day. She is certain that not even the dreadful Duke of Suffolk can ruin this most splendid golden age England, Scotland and Wales were in.
King James decides to get to work uniting all four kingdoms and he starts negotiations with Ireland's remaining Chiefs to see what would take to bring them under the ruler ship of Queen Margaret. Although he waits untill Margaret is churched before he heads off to Ireland.
The Duke of Suffolk was pleased that James of Scots is busy with Ireland as that means he will not be interfering with the Yorkist invasion. With his brother at his side, he rallies his army to England, landing on the south coast shores of London. As they marched towards central London, they are greeted by England's army headed by an armor clad Queen Margaret.
That is not the only surprise the Edmund and Richard de la Pole get. Instead of going into formation, the French soldiers instead surrounded the mercenaries the Poles have brought with them.
"King Louis promised you that he would send an army to bring you back to England but he never said he was going to let you win the war," the French general remarked with a toothy grin.
Not one drop of blood was shed that day and the Londeners cheer when Queen Margaret brings the traitorous de la Poles back to London in chains, sending them to the Tower of London, their rebellion over before the day was even out.
Although King James does not mange to get through to the Irish chiefs he and Queen Margaret were pleased to announce the betrothal between the Princess Reene and Prince James of Wales, ending the Hundred Year War for good.
In a short letter to her fiance, Princess Mary notes that it could not be clearer to her that King James and Queen Margaret had plotted this from the beginning, making plans with King Louis even before the French Princess was born. "My sister is a clever woman and my brother is shrewd man. Put them together and all of Europe better watch out for they are a power couple like no other."