|Home|| Scotland (formerly) |
French Court, France (Currently)
|Title||Lady-in-waiting (for Mary)|
|Relatives|| 2 unnamed brothers (deceased) |
|Portrayed by||Anna Popplewell|
|“||Every time I look at her, I feel better.||”|
Born and raised in Scotland, until with her best friends, traveled to France to accompany her best friend; Mary, Queen of Scotland. It is know that she had two brothers who died of scarlet fever.
Lola can be a bit outspoken. she is romantic, but not weak. She wants to be Mary's friend, but she also doesn't want to get hurt which may make her do some bad things in the future. Overall, she is a normal girl. In Sacrifice, Catherine described her as being the strong one of the ladies-in-waiting.
Lola is a pretty girl who has long, dark curly hair that contrasts to her pale skin.
Her eyes are light blue and her lips are full and she has a slim figure.
"Lola read to me as the romantic, and I immediately thought of the iconic image of Ophelia in the water, surrounded by flowers. She became our romantic type and kind of the heroine. And that kind of turned into having a 1920s vibe to her, and I think a lot of those silhouettes look so beautiful on Anna. So we kept her in a lot of plums 'and burgundies and pinks and lavenders, and keeping her feminine but also strong at the same time, because her character speaks out and is opinionated." Meredith Markworth-Pollack about Lola.
|Relationship with||Relationship Page||Type of Relationship|
|Colin||Lola and Colin||Romantic|
|Mary Stuart||Mary and Lola||Friendship|
|Kenna||Lola and Kenna||Friendship|
|Greer||Lola and Greer||Friendship|
|Aylee||Lola and Aylee||Friendship|
|Lola and Sebastian||
|Snakes in the Garden||Appears|
|Hearts and Minds||Appears|
|A Chill in the Air||Appears|
|For King and Country||Appears|
- Her first love interest was Colin.
- She seems to be romantically interested in Bash.
- In Sacrifice, Catherine named her 'the strong one' of Mary's Ladies.
- The Reign writers teased that 'there's lots ahead coming for Lola'.
- Lola lost her virginity to Colin.
- Historically, Mary's four Ladies-In-Waiting were all named "Mary".
- Mary Fleming.
- Mary Seton.
- Mary Beaton.
- Mary Livingston.
- She's the only woman, besides Mary, to appear in the opening sequence.