Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 10 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Mary Seton. Mary Seton's father let Nicola stay with him at his castle while Bothwell was looking for her.
Jacques. Francis was the Queen's husband, and Armand and Pierre were members of Troupe Brufort. Jacques was not at all happy about having to lead this raggedy old troupe to the palace, and in the book he is described as looking like he had a bean stuck up his nose.
Joseph. Davie was deformed from birth, but his brother, Joseph was not. They looked exactly alike, except that one had a hunched back, and the other didn't.
|When The Queen and Nicola were escaping from Lochleven, as they walked away from the festivities, what did Nicola call the Queen in jest?||Easy Quiz on "Queen's Own Fool"
Lizzie. Nicola realized that everyone else was talking, and it would look funny if she and the Queen didn't. Nicola called the Queen "Lizzie" and Queen Mary called Nicola "Margaret".
|What was the name of the priest that was described as "having a shaven head, protruding front teeth, and the look of a frightened rabbit"?||Easy Quiz on "Queen's Own Fool"
Michel. The first Sunday that they were in Holyrood, there was a mob of angry Protestants that attacked them on their way to Mass. Afterword, Michel was so frightened he could barely remember what to say.
|Towards the end of the book, Nicola tricked a servant boy into giving her the Queen's meal to take to her. What was the boy's name?||Easy Quiz on "Queen's Own Fool"
Hamish. Nicola needed to get to the Queen, and no one would let her pass. She tricked Hamish into giving Nicola the tray of food by telling him Lord Darnley was over-protective of the Queen, and killed any man that came near her.
The Magpies. They called Lord William's nieces "The Magpies" because they were like magpies, talking constantly, and "fluttering about".
Eloise. Eloise was the first one Nicola really talked to. She told Nicola who everyone was as they walked out of Mass. Eloise had made a silly joke, and stunned Nicola by asking her if she too could become a court fool.
Annette. Annette and Nicola were the two dancing girls for Troupe Brufort. Nadine was Uncle Armand's wife, and the tamborine player and singer.