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Lady Lucy Beaumont
Feb 09, 2022
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Full name: Lucy Margaret Isabella Beaumont (née Thibeau) Pronouns: She/Them Title: Lady Lucy, Duchess of Ashwood Birthday: 14 June, 1791 (Aged 20) Marital Status: Divorced, not looking but open to a match if one were to present itself Orientation: Pan Main residence: Ashwood Manor (Badminton Estate) in Gloucestershire Family residence: Kings Weston House in Bristol London residence: None as of yet Other residence: Château de Gudanes in the South of France (partially share between her mother and uncle, though hardly used) Biography: Lucy was born in 1791 at her families residence in Kingsweston, Bristol. She is the only daughter of Viscount Alexandre Thibeau (53) and his wife, Céline (41). Her three brothers are Antony (28), Jacque (23), and Thomas (18). Growing up, she was naturally expected to indulge in the more feminine pursuits, including needlework, singing and playing the pianoforte, but would have rather been outside playing dirty with her brothers. But she was never denied an education. Her mother spoke both English and fluent French in the home and her governess taught her Italian. It was this same governess that sparked Lucy's love of writing. While she was not permitted to attend school with her older brothers, Lucy was able to live vicariously through them, hanging on their every word as they regaled her with colorful tales of debauchery. It was these very accounts that prompted her to begin writing a series of scandalous fiction novels. Upon reaching her 18th year, Lucy was presented in court and was deemed a Diamond of the First Water. She quickly captured the attentions of Sebastian Beaumont, the well-liked Duke of Ashwood, who courted her for the minimum amount of time before asking for her hand. They married and relocated to Sebastian's residence in Gloucestershire at the Badminton Estate. Naturally, Lucy and Sebastian consummated the marriage, as they should, for the Duke would be in need of an heir. But as each month came and passed, so did Lucy's courses, and after half a year, they'd given up on the notion of being parents. Despite what others believed to be true, the couple were happy just getting to know one another, and if no child ever came, they were content with that just as well. About nine months into their marriage, Sebastian fell suddenly ill. Lucy didn't know how bad it was until she found him collapsed in his chambers, laying head down in his own vomit. He passed away in their home within an hour of the doctors arrival. She had nightmares of that face for weeks, contorted and nearly blue in color. Since there was no heir of person, everything would be passed down to Sebastian's younger brother, Edmund, provided Lucy was not with child. After ruling out the possibility of any pregnancy, Edmund, his wife, and their children moved into the Badminton Estate. Lucy's deceased husbands Will specified that she would be entirely provided for, and should she choose, one of their many residences scattered among the country. Though the year has been difficult and full of mourning, Lucy has gotten accustomed to a quiet existence, and has begun to enjoy loneliness. Family (Living) - Father: Viscount Alexandre Renaud Thibeau (53) Mother: Viscountess Céline Suzette Thibeau (née Touissant) (41) Brother: The Honourable Antony Alexandre Thibeau (28) Brother: The Honourable Jacque Pierre Thibeau (23) Brother: The Honourable Thomas Renaud Thibeau (18) Maternal Grandmother: Isabella Touissant (née Tremblay) (72) Family (Deceased) - Husband: His Grace, Sebastian Matthius Beaumont, Duke of Ashwood (was 26 at time of death) Paternal Grandfather: Renaud Paternal Grandmother: Margaret Thibeau (née James) Maternal Grandfather: Pierre Touissant Family (PC) - Cousin: Captain (Lord) Abraham Ezekiel Griffen (30) Favorites - Book: Color: Food: Composer: Dislikes - Blank Blank Blank Blank Connections wanted - First and foremost, friends. Can just be acquaintances to begin with. A confidant/mentor: Somebody to help ease Lucy back into society. Frienemy of sorts: Someone she can throw quips with back and forth, somebody who is educated, possibly another writer or the academic sort. Childhood friends or acquaintances: Lucy is the only daughter, and having grown up with three brothers, would likely have hung out with their friends. Other family relations: Possibly distant relatives. An aunt, a cousin, etc. Romance: This is someone who will likely be unexpected, and isn't a priority for her, but something she is still open to Other: Open to suggestions!
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