Reign Season 1 Spoilers: Two Grooms, 1 Bride! Mary And Bash Or Francis? Who Will She Choose?
By Staff Writer | February 27, 2014 07:31 AM EST
On February 27, CW will air its 12th episode titled Royal Blood. Although this episode promises to be an exciting one, the episode that fans can't wait to see is the 13th which will air on March 6. Of course, it would be wrong to fast forward to the 13th episode titled Consumnation (if there's a way). However, you can't blame series' fans because of the new Reign Spoilers being released.
In a teaser photo published, Bash (Torrance Coombs) is seen kneeling in front of Mary, Queen of Scots (played by Adelaide Kane) offering what could be a ring. If you're a fan of this love team, you must be all-in with this wedding proposal. However, Bash might not be the same person that Mary will see once she walks down the aisle.
It is going to be a forced marriage brought about by the situation of Mary's family and she will have to choose between Bash and Prince Francis (played by Toby Regbo).
"With a forced marriage looming, Mary must consider both her heart and her nation when deciding whom she will wed," according to the synopsis of the episode.
In December last year, TV Line's TV Scoop Team shared some details about how the relationship of Marie de Guise (played by Amy Brenneman) with her children will develop.
"Oh, just her mother Marie de Guise (played by Amy Brenneman) coming back into her life and throwing her "off-kilter," Adelaide Kane says. "Her character's kind of delicious and sort of Catherine-esque in her manipulations," she previews. "Where Catherine uses her children, she still ultimately loves them and wants their happiness. With Marie de Guise, she does use Mary, and it's questionable whether or not she's emotionally invested in Mary's emotional well-being," team's Jared said answering a request by a fan for spoilers about Mary.
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