Misconceptions of Bonnie Prince Charlie’s uprising in Scotland unmasked[ ANALYSIS]
Jane's story has and is a disaster been remembered as such: a vulnerable 16-year-old thrust into a position she did not look for, who was subjected to a harsh public death. Leanda de Lisle, distinguished royal author, outlined her theory on Jane (Image: GETTY)"With no contemporary images
or descriptions, the public had to be content with Jane as envisioned by artists. “Richard Davey appears to have spotted a need for an account of Jane’s look that matches its power.”The letter has actually been estimated in biographies ever considering that and used to argue the merits of ‘lost’portraits of Jane. Mary at first recommended she wished to pardon Jane but was persuaded by the Bishop of Winchester that the teenager was a risk due to her influence over would-be protestant rebels.From the scaffold
, Jane argued that while in law she was a traitor, she had actually merely accepted the throne she was provided.