Hera is the Queen of the Gods and Goddess of Marriage. She is the wife of Zeus.
Hera is a slim young woman with pale skin, long reddish-brown hair with side-swept bangs, and slanted dark green eyes. Occasionally, she is shown wearing light green eye shadow and green lipstick.
After she became Queen, she is shown wearing more jewelry, including a circlet underneath her hair with a green teardrop jewel.
Hera is a determined, passionate woman who is completely devoted towards her goals. In public she is a stoic, cold character. However, when she is around her siblings, especially Zeus, she shows a sweeter, more vulnerable side.
Hera is the second-youngest child of Cronus and Rhea. She had a carefree childhood with her mother and siblings, away from their father. When she was young, she, along with her siblings Poseidon, Hestia, and Demeter were summoned by Cronus to be drained of their essence and imprisoned until their rescue at the hands of Zeus and his companions later.
Hera shows up in throne room, where Zeus is alone, and demands to know what's going with him and Demeter when Hades asked him where she was. Zeus tells her not to worry before kissing her.
Later, she, along with the rest of the Olympians, are meeting in the throne room, where Zeus was trying to decide how to force Hades to give up Persephone.
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