These tidbits from a nonfiction book I borrowed from the library (thank goodness I didn't pay money for it) are worthy of sharing here, I think. These excerpts from Ten Remarkable Women of the Tudor Courts and Their Influence in Founding the New World
by Elizabeth Darracott Wheeler all refer to Lady Jane Grey:
"Because [Lady Jane Grey's] mother, Frances Brandon, was addicted to sports and promoted hawking expeditions, her daughter's hunting outfits were similar to those of jockeys."
At her mother's command to practice waltz steps in an adjacent parlor with her humpback sister, Katherine, Jane obeyed in a half-hearted fashion."
Playing the pianoforte and strumming the harp were part of her routine.