|Parents||Henry Anjou, Eleanor Anjou|
|Eye color||Dark Blue|
|Game||The Sims 2|
Anne Norman (née Anjou) is one of the pre-made, yet unplayable ancestral Sims that resided in Veronaville in The Sims 2. She was the daughter of Henry and Eleanor Anjou, the wife of Richard Norman, the mother of Albany Capp (né Norman), and the grandmother of Miranda, Hal, Desdemona and Ariel Capp.
Anne's gravestone does not exist within Veronaville, so she can't be made playable without the use of hacks. As a result, the only indication of Anne's existence is provided by the family tree of her descendants, and the memories of her son. She and her husband died as adults like the deceased parents of many Veronaville Sims. Anne shares an outfit with the late Francisca Pantalone and Maria Arlecchino, both of Veronaville. She died after the birth of her youngest grandchild Ariel, while her husband died before Albany got engaged.
Like her husband, Anne has a hidden thumbnail, found in the game files and programs such as SimPE. This head-shot is quite different from the real one, as it shows Anne as an elder with a different hairstyle and outfit. It is unknown why the picture exists, though it happens with many other Veronaville ancestors.
Lady Anne was a character in Shakespeare's biographical play, Richard III.
|Met Mystery Sim||Positive|
|Made Best Friends with Mystery Sim||Positive|
|Had Very First Kiss with Mystery Sim||Positive|
|Kissed Mystery Sim for the First Time||Positive|
|Language||The Sims 2|
|Brazilian Portuguese||Anna Normando|
|Chinese (Simplified)||安妮 诺曼|
|Chinese (Traditional)||安妮 諾曼|
|European Portuguese||Ana Normando|