Months later Queen Catherine returned to Penelope's jail cell. King Henry requested the Scottish Queen make out with her while he watched. When she asked if she used the medicine and Penelope showed her the empty bottle. Henry threatens to execute Bash if Mary won't marry Francis.
Francis tells Mary that in order to prevent other people from using their feelings against them, they should be free to be with other people; the only exception is that Mary cannot be with Bash. She soon left and collapsed in the hallway. Francis learns that Catherine is to be executed and decides to return to court. She then informed Queen Catherine she was sitting in her chair. Family dinner : — Kathryn Prescott katprescott77 3. Francis and Bash find Tomas when he's about to kill his whipping boy to cover his tracks in the plot; a fight ensues and Francis kills Tomas.
Castleroy proposes to Greer again, and she accepts. If they did it mean they would get to become Queen for the day. Henry is having an affair with the Archduke's sister, and while they're having sex she accidentally falls out a window. Bash explains to Mary about his pagan heritage, and that the blood pagans of the wood are a different sect. Going against Mary's wishes, Bash arranges for the boys to be taken out of France under the guise of a kidnapping, but Clarissa intercedes and kidnaps the boys for real.
Mary discovers that her marriage isn't assured, due to ever-changing politics and Francis's doubts over the wisdom of a Scottish alliance. Bash declares his feelings for Mary; the pair kiss and privately honor Isobel's grave with a pagan ceremony. Francis secretly switches with the jouster and mortally wounds Henry. She is able to sexually satisfy Henry and becomes his new mistress, deliberately undermining Catherine.
Feeling very good about herself, Penelope ordered a new dress to be handmade by the castle servants. Mary accepts Tomas's proposal, and Tomas sends a ship of his men immediately to Scotland. Mary confronts Nostradamus, who adds that one of Mary's ladies will die soon. The brothers reconcile when Bash saves Francis's life, and they learn that it was Henry who ordered the guards to kill Bash.
Catherine mockingly accused him of raping her, but they both knew she wasn't really pregnant and was trying to pass off a baby at the King. Lola learns that Julien has secretly received her dowry and is about to abandon her. Waiting on King Henry A couple days later, much to her dismay, King Henry left her side to speak with his ex-mistress. Francis and Bash fight over Mary, and Francis tells her of the change in Nostradamus's visions.
Olivia is left behind to open the passage door for Mary but leaves her post; she gets lost in the tunnels and is not seen again. Penelope admitted she had been lying to the Queen and wasn't really pregnant. Mary and Catherine form a plan together to get everyone out of the castle. Catherine joins Mary and Bash to find Clarissa, who wants to kill the boys as revenge for their mother's abandoning her.
Clarissa is chained in a cell by Nostradamus as punishment for killing Aylee, but she stabs him and escapes. Bash tells Mary of his fear she will never recipricate his love for her but she persuades him of her love. Queen Catherine had Penelope sent away, and she knew the Queen of France had been behind the whole thing. She later changes her mind and tells Lola to make her own choice, even if it means waiting. Catherine blackmails Diane, ordering her to poison Kenna and leave Henry for good. At Mary and Greer's urging, Lola approaches Julien as a potential suitor.
Catherine attempts a combined murder-suicide with Mary, but Clarissa saves both of them, and Catherine is imprisoned in the tower awaiting her execution. Greer has Castleroy arrange for Leith to be sent to Spain for an apprenticeship, though she later rejects Castleroy and waits for a new suitor her parents have arranged for her. Weeks later after being forced back to work in the kitchen, Penelope was desperate to get back into the king's good graces. Mary and Bash reconcile, Bash agreeing to care for the boys.
Nostradamus has a fuller vision of Mary and Francis's future: they will be happy but Francis will die a year into their marriage. Greer is grateful, and the pair kiss. © 2019 MediaMass All rights reserved. When Francis returns to the castle, Catherine advises him to pursue Mary and promises never to harm her again.