20 famous family feuds
Disagreements happen in every family. But mix in lots of money and famous names, and the fights can grow into legends.
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What really gets me is all of the questions left unanswered: What company, what was the name, so on and so forth. We readers have already gone to the article only to be given a trivial quiz. Personally I won’t click on another web page to research the answers to stupid questions that should be answered in the article in the first place. Typical MSN BS.
Mary also wanted to change the religion of England from the new Protestant ideas back to Roman Catholicism.
Mary's son was taken away from her and she had to flee Scotland because her own people were afraid and sick and tired of her wayward behavior with husbands, lovers and murders.
Elizabeth once proposed her own boyfriend as a husband for Mary.
Elizabeth actually gave her asylum that turned into confinement as Mary tried to hatch more and more plots to become Queen of England.
Eventually Mary went too far and Elizabeth reluctantly signed her execution order. Mary was beheaded.
Mary's son, James, eventually became James I of England when Elizabeth died childless and she named him her heir on her deathbed.
I think this is better than "reality" TV and people should start studying history.....it's better than a soap opera and you wouldn't be posting such an insipid account of Elizabeth's and Mary's family problems.
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