• Mary Stuart is known for her rivalry with Queen Elizabeth I
  • Mary became Queen of Scotland at only a few days old
  • She went through many marriages in her lifetime

Queen Elizabeth I's cousin Mary Stuart had quite a remarkable life, which ultimately ended in tragedy at Elizabeth's hand. Known as "Mary, Queen of Scots," she found herself romantically involved with several men throughout the course of her lifetime. An only child raised as a Catholic, Mary first became betrothed to Prince Francis when she was just 10 years old.

Also interesting:

Mary Was To Marry Edward VI

The plan had been for Mary to wed the only son of Henry VIII, Edward VI, but she and Francis officially wed in 1558. However, their union unfortunately wasn't meant to last — watch the video above to find out what happened to Mary!