Anne II Heartan
Painting of Anne

Anne II Royce (née Heartan]]

Biographical information

Other names
Date of birth
TA 4974
Date of death
TA 5021 (47 years)

Physical description

5.7 Feet
Hair color
Eye color
Noble House

Anne II Heartan (TA 4974 - TA 5021) was the Princess of Amsnorth until her death. The daughter to Mary I Heartan, and the granddaughter to Areothan II Heartan. Anne was a very quiet woman, and avoided conflict whenever it presented itself. She was one of the few Heartans that did not participate in the Rebellion of Family

Anne's daughter, Anne III Heartan became Queen of Amsnorth after murdering Walter III Heartan.

Character and AppearanceEdit

Anne was a very calm woman who kept to herself and enjoyed life as a common royal. She was considered the perfect choice for a suitor and wife, as she loved to care for children and study. Anne was a woman of average appearance, she had curly uneven hair, brown eyes and a buckled nose.


Early LifeEdit

Born to Mary I Heartan and Ibrahim Aildu, due to the unhappy relationship between her parents, Anne was a very depressed child. She loathed her family, and would get away from them whenever she had the chance. At the age of 13 she left her family and travelled across the Western Territories

Marriage and FamilyEdit

Anne married Patrick Royce at the age of 18, and gave birth to their daughter Anne III Heartan, at age 20. Her life was considered better since she married him, and he showed her much love and compassion, something she lacked as a child. 

Later LifeEdit

Anne lived a normal life, away from politics and the interests of great powers. However after the betryal of her daughter, Anne III Heartan, Anne II died of natural causes.

See AlsoEdit

Princess of Amsnorth
Preceded by
Anne II Heartan Succeeded by

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