Her mother was illiterate, but she secured a tutor for both her sons and her daughters, and Juana could read by the age of 3.
When Juana was 8, her father abandoned the family and the girl moved to Mexico City to live with her aunt.
On the death of Philip in 1505, he was made regent for Juana.
The Popess Juana, despite the fact of their relationship, refused to recognize him.
So Juana loveless was doomed to be Juana humiliated, degraded, hopeless.
Juana stopped and courtesied, an act which Maude was too fascinated to imitate.
For how could they let the King of England share in Juana's immense claims of inheritance?
Yes, there were Juana and Anesta and several other girls, attended by a sister.
Juana left the room and returned immediately, holding out to Diard, with averted head, one of his own pistols.
From that moment Juana was their devoted slave, anticipating their every wish.