|Although this article is based on canonical information, the actual name of this subject is pure conjecture.
- "The Maiden brought him forth a girl as supple as willow, with eyes like deep pools, and Hugor declared that he would have her for his bride. So the Mother made her fertile, and the Crone foretold that she would bear the king four-and-forty mighty sons. The Warrior gave strength to their arms, whilst the Smith wrought for each a suit of iron plates."
- ―The High Sparrow
According to legend, once Hugor of the Hill was named King of the Andals by the Father, the Maiden brought him forth a bride a supple as willow with eyes like deep blue pools. The Mother made her fertile and the Crone foretold that she would give Hugor forty-four mighty sons. The Warrior gave strength to the arms of each son and the Smith wrought a suit of iron plates for each of them.
In the books
In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, her story is the same.