Princess Mary-Ann Clara (née Small) is a secondary character in The Life of Queen Jane. She is Princess of Riverland. She is married to Prince Henry. They had a son out of wedlock, named Prince Robert (born Robert Small). They have four children, 2 sons and 2 daughters. They were named Prince Robert, Princess Elizabeth, Princess Victoria and Prince John. Henry's parents were named Jane and Vladimir. Jane died in a duel at the age of 46. When Vladimir dies, Mary-Ann will be Queen and Henry will be King. When Mary-Ann and Henry die, Robert will be King. There is practically no chance John will be King for a long period of time. The only way he could be King is if all of his siblings die before he does.
Biography[edit | edit source]
Early life[edit | edit source]
Mary-Ann's father is Riverland's blacksmith and had her illegitimately. Her mother is actually Princess Harriet of Tredony, and Mary-Ann is royal by marriage and biologically. At 14, Mary-Ann met 15-year old Prince Brian of Crafthole, and they warmed to each other immediately. They kissed, but her father said at dinner "Apparently, Brian's related to us somehow!", causing Mary-Ann and Brian to flip out, and they never saw each other again. In fact, Brian was adopted and the two were not related at all.
Joseph and Mary-Ann[edit | edit source]
After Mary-Ann and Brian split up, Mary-Ann met the son of Riverland's Peteran Priest, Joseph Penny. He was rather vain but was shy and calm at times. When Mary-Ann was 15, Prince Henry met her and developed a crush. The next year, at 16, Henry tried to kiss her and Joseph saw, causing Mary-Ann to go with Henry and break up with her boyfriend of two years.
Henry[edit | edit source]
Mary-Ann then fell pregnant to Henry and gave birth to Robert Small, and Mary-Ann and Henry pretended Joseph was the father. The two then married, making Robert Small now Prince Robert. Henry and Mary-Ann had three other children named Elizabeth, Victoria and John.