Photo of Princess Elizabeth Tudor, of York 1492-1495 - Google Search
Said to be Mary Tudor, daughter of Henry the VIII and Catherine of Aragon
Mary Tudor, later Mary I, daughter of Catherine of Aragon and Henry VIII. Although pampered and well-loved in childhood, she suffered terribly as a result of her parents' divorce, struggling to stay loyal to her mother when disloyalty to the king was an act of treason. And Anne Boleyn was a cruel and unreasonable stepmother. Mary's adult life was loveless and riddled with disappointment, a sad and dour figure in Tudor history.