Not much is known about the former Queen of Atlantis, only that she was the mother of Kida and the wife of the king and her death was the sole reason why the king wanted the people to forget their heritage and culture.
When the tsunami was coming for Atlantis, the Queen tried to escape with her family. However, Kida loses her doll and tries to get it, so The Queen stopped and told her there is no time. But because of this, she was chosen and caught by the crystal's light, and she was bonded to the crystal and was carried towards it. The crystal used her energy to form a protective barrier around the city, but it still sank under the sea.
When the queen is carried towards the crystal she unknowingly took her daughter's bracelet with her and remained bonded to the crystal, the used time and power was too much, resulting in her lost to the crystal forever and died from it.
When the queen died and Atlantis fell, the king felt shame and guilt and decided to hide the crystal under the city and have the people forget their heritage as he was afraid history would repeat itself and Atlantis would end up ceasing to exist rather than just ruined. Another reason was to protect Kida from being chosen by the crystal to protect Atlantis like her mother was and suffer the same fate like she did for her father's mistakes for making the crystal a weapon.
She is shown to be worried about her family in danger, and when the city was and Kida tried to get her doll back her mother told her to just leave it there and that they didn't have time, this shows she cares for her daughter.
Atlantis: The Lost EmpireEdit
In the intro, when Atlantis was about to engulfed by a tsunami, The Queen of Atlantis tried to escape with her family., but was chosen by the Heart of Atlantis, the crystal powering the city and fuses with it to protect the people, but the city sinks under the sea and she was lost to the crystal forever, leaving her husband widowed and her daughter Kida without a mother. At the end when Kida is released from the crystal, she was holding the bracelet her mother took with her when she is carried towards the crystal, stating she met with her mother in the afterlife.
- The queen is voiced by Jennifer Seguin.
- The queen is seen in some parts of Atlantis: The Lost Empire, but wasn't mentioned in the sequel.
- The queen talks Atlantean instead of English when her words only match the dialogue
- The queen is uncredited during the cast lists part.