Yes, you have said exactly the opposite…I never said otherwise.
NOT when her mother is a ruling Queen and she can inherit her mother’s country AND NOT her father’s…Her male line family is French. That makes her French.
Mary of Burgundy’s children were Burgundian first and then Austrian…
Navarre was more a title than a country and Jeanne’s son was in the French line of succession. Jeanne was fully dependent from France and cousin of Henry II, so had no wy to oppose to this arrangement.Tell that to Jeanne d'Albret. After Antoine de Bourbon's death, Catherine raised in French court the heir apparent to the throne of Navarre.
And you think she would let go the heiress presumptive to the throne of Scotland who happens to be her own granddaugher? No way.
Mary can and will refute to leave her daughter and heiress as hostage in a foreign land