Fiona is a vicar.
Fiona lives with her son, Jack Mua.
Birth & EducationEdit
Fiona Martell was born in 1959 to Jocelyn and Petre Martell. The Martell's were initially not religious. And told a young Fiona that there was no superior being, and no way that some "all-powerful" being could allow starvation and poverty around the world. Fiona was educated at home by Jocelyn, giving the same ethics that her husband did.
Meeting Patrick MuaEdit
While working at a school briefly as a teaching aide, Fiona met Religious Studies teacher Patrick Mua. Patrick and Fiona would often have religious debates in the staffroom. Soon, Patrick and Fiona fell for each other in the end, and got married.
In 1998, Fiona found out she was pregnant with a son. 9 months later, in 1999, Fiona gave birth to her son, which she named Jackson Harrison Mua. Fiona was changed by the childbirth, and suddenly found a new power and emotion inside. Something spiritual.
Fiona's childbirth changed her, and she turned to God during postnatal depression, and found God. God gave her guidance and patience to grow and endurance and strength. She knew every passage from the holy book and would quote it daily. She decided to make things more serious, she became a vicar.
Unfortunately, Patrick did not like this side to his wife, despite being religious himself, he did not want to be married to someone so wrapped up in it. Fiona thanked Patrick for being there and watched him leave in 2005. Fiona told her son that Patrick had died.
While assuming his mother was still at work, Jack applied his makeup naturally as he did. He blared music up on his speakers and danced around the house. Fiona returned home after being extremely sick at work and was horrified to see what her son was doing. She sat him down and told him how unacceptable wearing makeup was for a boy. Jack cried for three hours straight; his mother found out everything. Fiona told Jack that it was against God's law to do this, and could not support him, however she would always be his mother, and loved him still.