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In the season premiere, Lola has given birth to a baby boy. She is soon joined by Francis who comes to take them to safety. Lola tells him its okay if he doesn't want this, the child could have Lord Julien's name. In the middle of their conversation, they notice that the young boy, George has the Plague. They quickly gather their things and get in the carriage waiting for them outside. Before they leave, Estelle tries to hand Lola a blanket for the baby but Lola refuses fearing the Plague. She begs Estelle to come with them since she hadn't touched his brother since he got ill. She tells them she can't leave her family and warns them not to disclose their true identities to people for that would be dangerous at this time. With that Lola, Francis, and the baby leave the house immediately. On their way to a river to fetch water for Lola to drink so she'll be able to feed the baby, they run into Condé and his men. He takes them back to a makeshift camp in the woods.
Not long after their arrival, Stéphane Narcisse arrives. Lola notices Estelle in a cage pulled by Stéphane's horse. She asks what she's doing in the cage. He tells Lola it looks barbaric but its only to keep her isolated. When Lola gets close to the cage, he warns her not to get too close or else she'll need to be isolated as well and she won't be able to feed the baby. Later that night, Francis tells her to accompany Condé's boat heading to the Netherlands so she can live her life there away from court. She asks him what he's going to do, he tells her he's going to ride out to join Mary. The next day she walks in on Francis holding the baby, he tells her that she can't take the baby with her, meaning Lola is stuck at the French Court.
In Drawn and Quartered, Lola comes back to the castle with Francis, his cousins with his people and her baby. When she gets off her ride with her baby she goes towards Mary and tells her that she has a son. Kenna and Greer go greet her and the baby after Mary and Lola's conversation.
Lola walks into one of the castle room where Mary was to help her out (find out why Narcisse wanted to kill Valent). When she walks in Mary questions her why she is here. She answers saying that Francis told her about Mary's situation and that she wanted to help. Mary is shocked that Francis shared about her situation with Lola. Lola then tells her that she met Narcisse on the road and it gave her chills to see him there. She then brings up her baby and how she is in joy to have him with her. Mary asks Lola about the baby's name and she replies with Robert if Francis approves with that name. Ending their conversation about Francis and the baby Mary gives Lola a task - where she has to find out everything about Valent's final hours and what he wanted to say to Francis. Lola accepts.
Disrupting Mary, Francis and Bash's conversation, Lola goes straight up to Mary, making Mary ask her what she has found out. Her is answer is that Valent took confession with a priest named Father Lucien shortly before his death. They then leave off with Mary asking Lola to where they find this priest.
In The Lamb and the Slaughter, Lola prepares for her son's christening and choosing the godparents for him. Lola talks to Mary to tell her that she has decided that she wants to move out of the castle with her baby and live nearby basically because she’s waiting for the day when Mary lets her anger out and starts resenting her and her son. Lola upsets Mary and she is released as Mary's lady. Later, Narcisse arrives at the castle with his new wife. Estelle manages to slip Lola a note, begging her for help. When Lola asks for Mary’s help, yet another fight ensues. Mary unleashes her anger out on Lola and offers no help on the matter, choosing to instead tell Lola she needs to move out of the castle immediately.
Lola uses her own resources to set up a plan for Estelle to leave the castle during the banquet for her son’s christening. During the ball, Estellle accidentally stabs one of Narcisse's guards in her desperated attempts to escape. Word gets to Narcisse and Mary manages to get him distracted and she soon goes to look for Lola. Lola refuses to give her friend up and Mary decides to spare Estelle, getting her to a carriage outside, where she escapes into the countryside. When Lola and Mary return inside, Lola asks why she helped get Estelle to safety. She replies to Lola that she was in danger and is her friend. She asks Lola to stop feeling guilty and stay with the people she loves. Lola asks Mary to be the godmother of her son to which she accepts. The next day, Lola attends her son's christening. Later, Lola learns that Estelle leapt from a cliff and killed herself, thinking that she saw her deceased parents. She goes to see Narcisse whom is mourning his dead wife. Narcisse is very upset by Estelle's death and so explains to Lola why he married Estelle, dispelling the rumors of his treatment of his past wives, and later admits to Lola he's never been in love.
In Blood for Blood, Along with Mary and her fellow ladies, she takes a stroll in the ballroom as its being prepared for Greer's wedding. She later runs into Kenna, who tells her about the Sex Journal she found and about the mysterious lover with the butterfly mark. The two then decide to go looking for the man with the butterfly mark and see if he might be a good match for Lola. While on their search, they're interrupted by Catherine who tells them she suspects Lord Aris to be the man. She and her fellow ladies, later take a stroll on the ground. Which eventually leads to a water fight in the fountain. Not long after she's told by Kenna that she's found Aris, and that Lola should go talk to him. The next day, she attends Greer and Lord Castleroy's Wedding. Later at the festivities, while talking to Aris she see's Kenna behind him gesturing her to see if he has the mark. While conversing, the two are interrupted by Narcisse who deliberately drive Aris away. He gives Lola an open invitation to join him for tea. When he gestures his hand to greet a man, she see's that he has the butterfly mark.
During Three Queens, Lola grows closer to Narcisse. Kenna is trying to console Lola as she received a letter from her parents, disowning her, after they heard that the king has claimed her child. Lola determines to find a way to get her own money, and some independence. When Lola attempts to recover her dowry from her deceased husband's account, the banker tells her that it doesn’t belong to her anymore and is going to be sent to Julian’s estranged family. Lola is approached by Narcisse as he has heard about her poor luck with the banker. He asks Lola to tea again but again she refuses. Later, she tells Kenna that he probably just hopes to get intel on Francis. Lola arrives at Narcisse's estate and sees that he actually did want to have tea with her. He offers her a lesson on how to shoot a bow and arrow.
During a party, Lola asks Narcisse what he wants from her. He claims to just wants a dance, to help her with her dowry issue, and a bath. He tells her it's the perfect night for a bath and walks away. Later, Narcisse is out on a castle balcony, watching a woman get into the bath tub he told Lola about, when Lola joins him there. She paid her laundress in gold to take a bath in front of him. Narcisse is amused by her play, and tells her that he’s already stopped the transfer of her dowry and the money is hers. Lola then rests her hand on his saying what he'd told her earlier: "The beginning is often promising, the trick is to go on that way." Then she leaves a smiling and blushing Narcisse.
In The Prince of the Blood, Lola helps Francis with a task to go visit Narcisse and and to hide an envelope there in his estate. She gets Narcisse to leave the room as she agrees to take a bath if he'll draw one for her. She quickly hides the envelope behind a painting. While she's in the bath tub, he tells her that he enjoys the vulnerability of it and that she’ll learn about him if they decide to take things further. Narcisse tells Lola the truth about King Henry's death and that he is blackmailing Francis. He wants her to trust him, instead of Francis, since he’s the one who told her the truth. Back at the castle, Francis asks if Lola planted the envelope but Lola lies, telling him that she didn't have time and also claims that Francis was using her unlike Narcisse. Lola wants to know what Narcisse wants with her. As she’s telling him that since he’s Francis’s enemy, nothing can happen between them, he kisses her. As she kisses back, she pulls away and slaps him, telling him "Do not seek to take before I give."
In Terror of the Faithful, Lola is out in the forest and has lost her horse. Along comes Narcisse and he offers her a ride on his horse. While riding back to the castle, Narcisse proposes that he and Lola start meeting clandestinely, since she doesn’t want to be seen with him. Finally back at the castle, Lola goes to Francis to tell him that she knows about Narcisse’s blackmail and urges him to tell Mary. She thinks that Francis is after Narcisse to protect his secret, but he tells her about all the people Narcisse has threatened, including their son. She confesses that she did hide the envelope at Narcisse's estate. Later, Narcisse comes to Lola and he stakes the fact that she tried to have him framed for treason as an answer to his proposal of a clandestine affair. He claims that he didn’t threaten her baby but that they all have targets on their backs because of what Francis has done. He tells her that the day will come when she’ll wish she had the protection of someone like him. At the end of the episode, Francis is hurt that he has ruined his marriage and Lola assures him that he just loves his wife and is a good man.
In Acts of War, Claude tries to get info from Lola, Kenna, and Greer about Narcisse as she has become interested in him. Lola looks jealous and Mary comes in to tell her that Narcisse is unsuitable for her. During the night, she attends the party with Mary and Kenna. Later, Narcisse comes to Lola while she is with her son and expresses some remorse that his pressure on Francis could in some way be responsible for all the chaos that has happened. He confesses that he still thinks of her.
In Mercy, after Lola hears of Mary's rape, she goes to Francis and tells him about where Narcisse could be hiding. She urges Francis to really consider whether Narcisse is worth more to him dead or alive.
In Getaway, Lola mainly has trouble to calm down her son's cries.
In Banished, Lola is asked by Mary to offer herself as a potential match for Condé.
In Sins of the Past, Lola is asked by Condé to be her escort to the Winter's Ease Feast and she accepts. Later, she sees Narcisse who has heard that she is seeing Condé. He suggests that after the ball, she ride with him to the hot springs. He wants her to wear the flower that he's given her and he'll know that she's accept his offer. During the ball, Lola observes to Conde that Mary, dancing with Francis, looks happier than she’s seen in a while. While walking around, Lola spots Narcisse making out with Claude in an alcove. She looks upset and tells Kenna that Narcisse is unpredictable and she now values predictability. Condé comes over and takes Lola to dance with him.
In The End of Mourning, Condé flirts with Lola as he helps her with her sled. She is going with him to his estate so that can get to know one another better. Later, Lola and Kenna go to see Greer who is now living at the village inn. Greer has made no plans for what she’s going to do, but she has been getting drunk regularly. Lola gives Greer some money to get by but Greer refuses to go back to Scotland. She thinks she could find work as a lady’s companion, due to her noble birth. Greer goes next door to quiet her neighbor next door. Back at the castle, Francis warns Lola that Condé is possibly a traitor. She says they were just barely getting to know each other but that if he’s a traitor, she wants nothing to do with him. Lola tells him she was seeing Condé for Mary and Francis. She tells him she knows that he’s been avoiding her. He admits it was because of the time that Mary saw them asleep together with the baby, and he’s just been trying to spare Mary more pain. Lola understands, and tells him she thinks of him as family. Mary calls off Lola's relationship with Condé which disappoints Lola.
In Forbidden, Lola is told by Francis that he’s found a potential alliance for their infant son. However, the prospective bride’s parents want to meet Lola first. Later, she comes across Mary's mother, Marie de Guise who has some words with her. Marie guilts Lola about being a terrible lady-in-waiting and friend to Mary after everything that she's done for her. She claims Lola and her son’s presence make Mary seem deficient and disposable. After Marie leaves, Lola drinks a drink left by Marie but unknown to her, Marie spiked it.
At the party thrown by Kenna, Lola greets Condé and he notices her strange behavior. She mentions having had a drink with Marie. Lola meets the von Hapsburgs and accidently insults their daughter's physical appearance. Francis quickly escorts her away and puts her into a carriage to send her back to the castle and to her chambers. Back at the castle, Lola comes across Narcisse in the corridor. She wonders if sex with him will be simple and not scary then kisses him. Narcisse stops her from going any further and realizes Lola is not herself. He says that when he has her, he wants the real her. He orders a servant to escort her to her chambers and stay with her. She complains to the servant that he didn't even offer her a bath.
In Tasting Revenge, Catherine continually suggests to Lola that if Mary and Francis are finished that she should become his mistress. However, Lola declines as she only she Francis as a friend. The next day, Lola gives Francis a hard time about disappearing with Narcisse’s niece. She thinks he just needs to give Mary more time, but he tells her it isn’t time Mary wants, but Condé. Francis said he forbade it, of course, because he doesn’t want Mary getting killed seeking some measure of happiness. Lola believes Francis could protect them with his position. She thinks Mary still loves Francis, but that this is what she needs to heal and that he should wait it out.
In Tempting Fate, Lola hears from Mary about how Condé betrayed her. Lola points out that Condé would make a terrible enemy of Elizabeth if he turned down her proposal. Lola urges Mary to take her throne in Scotland and to take Condé with her if he can help.
In Reversal of Fortune, Lola informs Mary of Francis' condition, telling Mary that she must go to him. Mary is hesitant about using Francis’ troops to save Scotland but Lola and Condé convince her that it’s necessary to save their home and families, and also to save her crown. However, Catherine comes in and tells Lola and Condé to leave so that she can speak to Mary. The next day, Mary informs Lola that Francis has regained consciousness.
In Abandoned, Lola along with Kenna go to visit Greer at her new place and learn that she has become a madam. They happily support her and congratulate her with a toast. Later, Lola and Kenna question Mary about her relationship with Condé, believing that it will not work out for them. During the night, Lola and Kenna return to Greer's new place and are immediately mistaken for the new girls. They’ve thoughtfully brought the fabric that Greer wanted and Kenna spots General Renaude there, sending Lola off while she stays behind to give Greer the fabric. Outside, Lola comes across Narcisse. He warns her to be careful because of her position at court and he wouldn’t want anything to endanger that. She asks him why he cares and as he tells her he doesn’t know why but he does, he caresses her face. He’d offer to escort her back to court, but he’s not exactly welcome there.
In Fugitive, as Lola is talking with Kenna, she continually notices men nearby leering at her while consulting a parchment. When she confronts them, they suggest she have a servant draw her a bath. She snatches the scroll and goes to confront Narcisse. The sketch is of her being naked in the bath and is graphically detailed. He claims to have provided the sketch over a lost bet, in which it was determined that she is not the most beautiful woman at court. He reminds her of the awful things he has done and shows her his true colors. Lola, hurt by him, walks away.
In The Siege, Francis sends Lola and the baby off with his baby blanket from his childhood, in case he doesn’t survive. While getting ready to leave, Narcisse visits her to say his goodbyes to her. Lola is on to his relationship with Catherine and knows that’s why he humiliated her with the drawing but tells him he’s better than this, he doesn’t have to be Catherine’s lap dog. She wonders why he’s even there to say goodbye and risk Catherine’s ire. In case something happens to either of them, he wants her to remember him as the man who would have cherished her, if he’d had the chance. They kiss which the maid happens to see.
During the finale, Lola was said to have gone missing and her son to be dead which was all caused by Condé. However, Narcisse came to their rescue and found her and the baby in the house that they were sent to. It was revealed that the baby’s death was a ruse, meant to hasten Conde’s execution which was all plotted by Catherine. While Catherine is being exiled for her crimes, Lola and Narcisse have a moment as they look at each other.