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Princess Margaret
Princess Margaret
Biographical Information
IRL: History's Princess Margaret
Real Name: Margot Valois
Title: Princess Margaret

Margaret of Valois

Born: 14 May 1553
Religion: Catholic
Originally From: Paris, France
Current Location: Unknown
Parents: King Henry II(Father)

Queen Catherine (Mother)

Family: Sebastian (Half-brother)

King Francis(Brother)
Queen Elisabeth (Sister)
Princess Claude (Sister)
Prince Louis(Brother)
King Charles (Brother)
Prince Henri (Brother)
Princess Henriette(Sister)
Princess Emone(Sister

Affiliations: Kingdom of France

House of Valois

Physical Description
Gender: Female
Status: Alive
Character Information
First appearance: All It Cost Her
Portrayed by: Rebecca Liddiard

Princess Margaret is the younger sister of King Francis, Queen Leeza, Sebastian, Clarissa, Princess Claude, King Charles and Prince Henri.


Consummation  - (Mentioned)
Catherine was irritated at the fact that prawns were to be served at her funeral due to her daughter, Margot, being allergic to them[1].

Intruders - (Mentioned)
Queen Catherine told Princess Claude to take her brothers and sisters and go to Spain to be with her sister, Queen Elisabeth if anything happened.

All It Cost Her
Princess Margaret was shown with her friends gossiping, when her mother, Queen Catherine arrived to bring her back to the Kingdom of France. Unbeknown to her, the sorceress, Emanuelle predicted her rise to power after the fall of her brothers, King Charles and Prince Henri.


Historical NotesEdit


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King: Charles Valois Queen: Catherine de' Medici (Regent)
House of Valois
Heir: Lands: Kingdom of France
Title(s): King of France · King Charles IX of France
Ancestors:King Francis I Valois of France
Current members:Queen Elisabeth · Princess Claude · Prince Henri · Princess Margaret · Sebastian ·
John Philip
Deceased members:Prince Louis · Princess Henriette · Princess Emone · King Henry · King Francis


  1. Catherine expressly mentions "Youngest daughter", which is Margot.
  2. Consummation