The Spanish and the English had been joined in matrimony with a seal of approval and instructions to Prince Philip he was not to try and rule.
In time a Heir would be born to his wife Queen Mary and then order would be restored, Queen Mary who was admired and adored died childless in 1558 leaving her sister as the Heir.
The relationship was a tentative one, holding on by a string, the English plundered Spanish boats and took all of their nice things. They set their bounty before Her Majesty The Queen and duly she admired and asked for more to be brought to her, she was a greedy squire.
It didn't take long before King Philip of Spain did declare that we would fight the English and stop the robbing Privateers.
Then one day on Plymouth Hoe Playing bowls one night, one of these Royal Privateers Spied a fleet of Spanish ships and ran with all his might To inform Her Majesty we were under attack Her Majesty's orders given, we must of course fight back
The Spanish Fleet sailed past Plymouth and dropped anchor off Calais Storms abrewed and vessels were lost The Aramada ships scuttled away, returning back from where they had came Francis Drake was a hero Her Majesty The Queen was delighted and called him to the Palace where he got down on one knee and was duly knighted.