Well you’ve definitely got me when you said earlier how I’m not to well read in Irish history .The issue being that you've assumed a ruler of Great Britain is automatically foreign to Ireland, ditto Protestant, and you've equated that with being English, yet you make no reference to Canada, Australia, New Zealand, etc as having the same issue when other posters bring it up so I've no idea what you would count as natively Irish. Do Catholic Hiberno-Normans count? What about Gaels from Scotland? What about independence, would a Protestant led Parliament with a Protestant monarch count as independent enough? That's almost what you had OTL before the 1800 union just with a nonEnglish monarch who also ruled Great Britain
Wasn’t trying to equate Protestant with foreign. Just that regardless of if the monarch was British or what not that they were still foreign rulers. Foreign monarchs who also followed a different form of Christianity from the majority of their Irish subjects. Just kinda put in there for whatever reason and wasnt try to start anything.
And I would say yes to all those options. An Ireland entirely independent is all i asked for. So long as it’s truly independent and not a client state of England or anything.