Euphemia de Ross (died 1386) was the second wife and only Queen consort of Robert II of Scotland, and a member of Clan Ross. She first married John Randolph, 3rd Earl of Moray but the marriage was childless. Her marriage to King Robert produced four children.
David II (1324 - 1371). King of Scotland from 1329 to his death in 1371. He fled to France in 1333 to escape the war against England. In 1346 he was taken prisoner by the English and did not return to Scotland until 1357. He married twice but had no children. He was the last king of the House of Bruce.
Robert I the Bruce (1274 - 1329). King of Scotland from 1306 to his death in 1329. He claimed the throne of Scotland as a descendant of David I of Scotland. He is remembered at a national hero for leading the war for independence against the English. He married twice and had children with both wives.
Francis II ( François II) (B: Jan. 19,1544 – D: Dec. 5,1560) was aged 15 when he succeeded to the throne of France, after the accidental death of his father, King Henry II, in 1559. He reigned for 18 months before he died in December 1560. He was also King consort of Scotland (1558–1560) as the husband of Queen Mary I.