The Roman Catholic Mary of Scots, who loved to wear black garments, was the descendant of Ferguson the Moor, the ancestral father of Kenneth MacAlpin Niger Val Dubh and Kenneth the Niger, from which evolved the the Stewarts. She was announced Queen at the age of six days old, and crowned nine months later (A.D. 1542). She was only six years old when sent to francs to become a future French Queen. In A.D. 1548, Mary who loved dark-skinned men,!'arried the dark-skinned Dauphin Francis II, and became Queen of France. When Francis II died, his mother the Negress Catherine de Medici, who was of African descent became ruler, an incident that forced Mary back to Scotland as Queen.
Mary of Scots was dark, beautiful, with hazel dark-brown eyes, and six feet tall, highly unlike contemporary portraits of her. There are some old portraits of Mary showing her to be swarthy with rough course hair (nappy or woolly). Agnes Strickland emphasized that Mary's color was without blemish, and described her as "somewhat light," which indicated that she was also dark! Mary was also described of having an olive complexion , which indicates rang she was brown, black or blue-black, if taking into consideration that in reality, the color of an olive grows from green to brown, black and blue-black!
#source: Negro rulers of Scotland and the British Isles by Dr. John. L. Johnson
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