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Annabelle Breton was chosen by Elizabeth I to serve as her proxy for her marriage to Louis Condé. Annabelle later died in a fire that was set to end their marriage. She was burned alive with all documents regarding the marriage between Condé and Elizabeth.
She was portrayed by Canadian actress, Meghan Heffern.
Annabelle was born in France, but since she was a Protestant, her father raised her in England.
Throughout the SeriesEdit
In Abandoned, Annabelle is tasked in securing England's by being a proxy wife. She platonically shared a bed with Conde with a sword between for as a warning he couldn't take her as a actual wife. He declined her offer to get know Elizabeth from her the next day while he was away. Annabelle perished in a fire to bring downfall of England's future.
She was a trusted companion of Elizabeth who would lay down her life for her country and queen if need be. She was quite nice to Conde and tried to make small talk with him
Annabelle was a average height brunette who carried herself in a plain way despite being from nobility.
Elizabeth I: As her lady in waiting Annabelle was chosen to serve her country via a proxy marriages which took her life too soon.
Louis Condé: She was his platonic proxy wife chosen by Elizabeth herself.
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- She was the only known lady in waiting to Elizabeth in the series.