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Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scotland by LadyAquanine73551 Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scotland by LadyAquanine73551
Henry VIII had 2 younger sisters, and Margaret was the older one. She lived between 1489-1541. Henry VII had her marry James IV, King of Scotland as part of a political alliance with England, though things were pretty shaky throughout Margaret's lifetime. Between being Regent of Scotland after the king died, fleeing Scotland & coming back, having wealth and no wealth, and a few succeeding marriages, I'd say her life was pretty dynamic. You can read more here:…

She had 4 sons, & only 1 survived to adulthood. He would succeed his father as James V.

In regards to the doll, most of it was pretty easy, save for the headdress & that weird necklace she had strung across her chest. I originally set up both Margaret & Mary in a sisterly portrait on Doll-Divine, though I was horrified to discover that I was inaccurate about Margaret's age compared to her brother Henry's. I wrote that she was his older sister, rather than the 3rd child in the family :O_o:. I'm just glad that picture isn't on Doll-Divine anymore.

Hehe, I guess we all finally figured out where those weird monkeys (what the heck are those things?) came from in the accessories section, lol.

I made this using the Tudors Scene-Maker… on Doll Divine.
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Gabreya1990 Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2015  Student General Artist
MeadowOfTime Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2014
Brilliant Tudor history is so interesting
Flamestar00 Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2013  Student General Artist
Maragret IS older than Henry VII...... You were right the first time.
Good job with the picture it's really accurate.
LadyAquanine73551 Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2013
 Thank you :). It was quite a challenge to re-make her in that game :).
KalahariMeerkatfan Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2013
She must of been beautiful when she lived, or maybe delicate from the picture. I love this dress, it makes me think of Autumn and pumpkins
LadyAquanine73551 Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2013
With Elizabeth Woodville (AKA the White Queen) as her mother, I'd say that her looking attractive was a pretty good guess, though painters in those days tried flattering their royal subjects as much as they tried being accurate.  She had a gorgeous little sister, & both Henry & Arthur were pretty handsome when they were young, so I'd say she was probably pleasing to look at. 
Thank you about the dress. 
moonprincess22 Featured By Owner May 20, 2012  Student Photographer
Seriously, wtf are those things?! lol
LadyAquanine73551 Featured By Owner May 20, 2012
Lol, you've wondered too? I actually saw 1 image on Doll-Divine where somebody created the Tudor equivalent of "Lady Gaga" & basically COVERED the girl model in tons of "monkey-possums" as I affectionately call these things, :rofl:. I think it was in response to some insane Gaga outfit that involved stuffed animals.
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