Jenny was a young woman who was impersonating Mary Stuart across the French Countryside, in order to obtain free services.
She was portrayed by Charlotte Hegele.
In Three Queens,
Jenny was a very eccentric and expressive young woman. She was very passionate about the theatre and has loose morals. Having no problem impersonating the Queen just to take advantage of commoners and get free stuff. She was also naive believing they were doing it only for the stuff, instead of doing it to discredit the King and Queen.
Jenny was a young woman presumably in her early twenties. She had long curly red hair and light blue eyes. Pretending to be Mary, she dressed in fancy clothing.
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- She was an actress.
- She was the third queen mentioned in the title of Three Queens, the other two are Mary Stuart and Catherine de' Medici.
- She was "Mary Stuart" while Roger was "Francis".