|Mary and Aylee|
Close Friends, Like sisters
In the Pilot, Mary and her ladies in waiting Kenna, Greer, Aylee, and Lola embrace in a hug and Greer tells the others that they are here to help Mary win the heart of Francis for alliances can shift. The girls spend time together, getting dressed up and putting on makeup. Mary helps Aylee with her makeup and then the ladies decide to tour the castle and Mary tells them she will join them later. At the wedding, Mary and her ladies take to the dance floor to dance after the dance of the married couple, thus liven up the party. When the wedding ends, Mary, Aylee, and the other girls follow Elisabeth and Phillip to see their wedding night.
In Kissed, Aylee and Mary are discussing the proposal in Mary’s rooms. Aylee questions what Mary’s uncle thinks, but Mary has not told anyone yet. Aylee asks if it is because Mary doesn’t want to let Francis go yet, and Mary says she admires Francis. She also is worried about Greer’s feelings, and Aylee mentions that a crowned prince would never marry Greer because he is not titled or from nobility. Mary comforts Aylee when Nostradamus tells her that she will never go home.
In Hearts and Minds, Aylee is speaking to Mary and Greer about Mary and Tomas' wedding. Mary soon leaves and comes back to Aylee and Greer. Later in Mary's room, Mary plans to leave for Portugal, and Aylee asks her if she wants her and Greer, Lola, and Kenna to come with her to Portugal, they insist, but Mary says she doesn't have that luxury. When Mary and her ladies go back to Mary's chambers, Tomas is there with his whipping boy, Miguel, and after he leaves, Aylee begs for Mary to not marry Tomas. Then later at the ball, Aylee and the ladies are waiting for Francis to return to prove Simon Westbrook innocent, and asks where Mary is.
In Fated, Mary tried to help Aylee, whom was dying on the floor in a puddle of blood. Mary was horrified as she watched her friend die and then she spotted Nostradamus watching and called him the devil before running off. She is seen crying as she is devestated over the loss of Aylee.
In For King and Country, Mary is still grieving for Aylee's death and can't think straight, so she begins doubting whether or not to marry Francis.