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.

Season TwoEdit

In Three Queens, The fake King Francis, and Queen Mary stepped out of their royal carriage to an adoring crowd. They walked inside the tavern, holding a fancy bang, to collect everyone's taxes. Citing that the taxes had been raised, due to their conflict with England. After they were all done, the two fake royals stood in front of everyone, and recounted tales of royal life. At one point, Jenny got stumped with a question, but the real Queen Mary helped her out. The two women gave each other and knowing smile, and later Jenny invited the two women back up to their chambers. 

While in their temporary rooms, Jenny told the two women, how she and Roger had been going across the country pretending to be the famous royal couple. The tax money they collect, they got to keep themselves, as everyone else gave them free room and board. However the conversation was short-lived when Rogers interrupted them. A fight broke out between the two, and the two women left the room. Things have taken a horrible turn for Jenny.

After Roger had finished beating on Jenny, Richard came in and broke them up. The real Royals were onto them, so they had to split. Not wanting any trails to lead back to them, Richard killed Rogers, and took Jenny with him.

All three Queen, both real and fake were ridding in the same carriage. The two real Queens convinced Jenny, to fight back against Richard. Even offering her a small weapon. However when she got outside, Richard quickly gained the upper hand over Jenny, and immediately killed.

After the fight was over, and Queen Mary and Queen Catherine were safe Catherine took her crown off the dead Jenny's body.


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.

Physical AppearanceEdit

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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