Juana la Loca

Only the king can bring
his mistress to the palace.

My lords.
I am sure you will
all fulfill the promise,

which you sealed at the time
with your signatures,

to protect the king should it be
necessary to put away Queen Joan

and the people did not approve
of that serious decision.

The king has decided
to confine his unhappy wife

and duly informs the noblemen
of Spain through my person.

The king-archduke's insistence
could lead to terrible ills.
His Majesty is doing
what he must, Admiral.

The ambition of certain Flemish
nobles, led by you,

is to give Philip
the throne of Castile.

That is the question here,
and none other.

What you call ambition
is simply good sense.
Moderate your words, Admiral.
If Queen Joan is unfit to reign,
to who else but him

does the crown belong
while Prince Charles is not of age?

Only Parliament can decide
on such an important matter.

Valladolid recognized Isabella
and Ferdinand's daughter

as queen of Castile.
Will you permit usurpation
and injustice?
Those who do not fear Philip's anger
accompany me to an audience
with the queen.

You will see that
those who say she is mad

are mistaken or are lying.