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Arabella was the only daughter of Lord Darnley's younger brother, Charles, and a first cousin of King James VI.
She was at first treated kindly by the king, but in 1610 she secretly married William Seymour, who also had a claim to the throne of England.
In May 1552, she became the second wife of William Herbert, earl of Pembroke (c.1506-March 17, 1569/70), who married her for her money and connections.
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Pollok House, just south of Glasgow and near to the Burrell Collection, is an 18th century mansion built by the Maxwell Family now administered by the National Trust for Scotland.
New Perspectives invites artists to produce work suggested by one of the paintings or artefacts in the house and opens to the public on 17th March.
Believing that she had a sinister purpose for the marriage, James imprisoned her in the Tower of London.
Arabella was never released and died in the Tower in 1615.