Fae and Human
April 9th, 1757 - Today
Didn't age past her early twenties
Seelie Court, of the house of Amber
Retired Ballet Dancer
Owner of La Couronne
"In the shining burst of bombs in the air, I saw the colors of the revolution everywhere."
Juliet Medea De Amber, also known as "Jules" or Lady Juliet De Amber, is the offspring of Duke Charles De Amber and Anne Antoinette, his servant. She is the last surviving De Amber.
Being born out of wedlock, she had to work hard to impress her father and take on the last name of De Amber. Juliet was sent to America during it's revolution in an overseas study of dance, and stayed in America with her uncle due to the French revolution. It wasn't until years after both revolutions that she returned to her home. After her uncle's death, she inheratited his estates and property.
Growing up in the time she did, Juliet was pushed to be a key pioneer of change. She apperciates long range plans that finish her vision. Juliet is expressive, intelligent, and to her downfall, a bit vain. Her work is often efficeint and well done. She likes to be in control, and it is rare for her to let others dictate what she does.
Being a social butterfly, she is oten the first to investigate strangers. She is described as charming and curious. Inspiring others and being the center of attention is exactly where Juliet likes to be. Her energy and passion seems to be never ending, and backed by her confidence and strong will, she gets what she wants in most cases.
Stubborness has caused her to not be flexible in certain situations. There is an never ending need to be right, and she hates when she's proved wrong. Intolerant of sudden change, she tends to stick to tradition, causing rather unique behaviorisms. (ie: she doesn't tend to hold hands or hug, rather, she places her hand lightly on the forearm when strolling with others.) Short tempered, Juliet tends to jump to conclusions, and her arrogant, vain, ruthless flair ups have burned bridges before.
She enjoys dance, fencing and the finer things in life.