Henrietta Goth (née Delgapho) is the wife of Alexander Goth, created by Facebookerror. She is generally considered the leading woman in Pleasantview, and what she says goes. Henrietta generally wears colorful, tight clothes, tending not to follow the Goth's general way of dressing in full black clothing. She, Alexander, and their son William live together at the newly constructed Goth Mansion, which is still at the same address as the previous one.
A woman meant to be wealthy, Henrietta is often described as the picture of perfection. Willing to do anything to keep her family happy, she can always be found standing beside her husband's choices and cheering her son on. Working as an adventurer, Henrietta has had the chance to see things and places no one else has ever seen. Bringing home priceless momentos from her trips, she never forgets about her family while she's away. When she's home though, she prefers to spend her freetime painting, playing violin, and practicing ballet. Henrietta is a member of Pleasantview's female social group, The Pleasantview Gals, along with her dear friends Dina Burb, Sam Dreamer, Angela Broke, Lucy Broke, and Belinda Wiggins.
Henrietta first appears in Pleasantview when she is a teenager, due to her parents moving there for job opportunites. She is enrolled in Private School, where she meets her neighbor Alexander Goth. Alexander invites Henrietta over to his elegant home, where she first meets his mother, Bella. Ecstatic that her son has brought home such a wonderful girl, Bella does her best to make a good impression. After dinner, Henrietta says goodbye and departs home, having enjoyed her lovely time with such a fantastic boy.
When she arrives home, Henrietta is greeted by her father kissing Jennifer Lothario on the front lawn, her mother running down the steps in horror. Henrietta watches shockingly as her mother and Jennifer engage in a fight, the much younger Jennifer of course winning the fight. She runs upstairs to her bedroom, slamming the door and collapsing on the bed, releasing every tear she has. The door opens and her mother and younger brother, Elijiah, both come into room crying also.
The next morning, a Saturday, Henrietta walks over to Alexander's house. She explains to him the situation, and her comforts her by passionately kissing her lips. Not knowing what to think, Henrietta kisses him back, and the pair start to go steady. Afterwards, Henrietta's mom files for divorce from her father down at the county courthouse.
After the divorce is final, Henrietta hears that her father and Jennifer have married. Petrified, Henrietta refuses to speak to her father, despite his multiple attempts to contact her. A month after the marriage, Henrietta and Elijiah receive word that their father had died of natural causes. Still outraged at him, they refuse to attend the funeral.
Shortly after her transition into adulthood, Alexander pops the question to Henrietta. They have one of the most beautiful wedding that had ever been seen in Pleasantview. Henrietta joins the Adventurer career, hoping to visit exotic places and waste some freetime. One day, while playing chess with her husband, Bella sadly informs her that her mother had passed away. Both Henrietta and Alexander are deeply saddened, and make sure to buy Louise the nicest coffin and burial plot available at Pleasant Rest Cemetery.
The couple lives life childless for a few years before deciding to have children. Henrietta gives birth to a black haired, brown-eyed, medium skinned baby boy named William. Henrietta and Alexander's excitement is only matched by that of first time grandmother Bella's. Shortly after William's birth, however, Bella passes away in her sleep, the last remaining grandparent.
William is taught his toddler skills and grows into a child after having a fantastic toddlerhood. With more freetime on her hands, Henrietta starts to go out with The Gals more often, giving her some 'girl time'. While at one of her outings, Henrietta hears that her brother is living in a filthy trailer with his wife, two kids, and unborn baby. Shocked at her brother's way of living, she visits him to offer support. She is greeted by unwashed dishes, an overgrown yard, and trash that covers everything. However, he refuses to take her money and politely asks her to leave (which she does happily). Determined to make her brother live a better life, she visit's Pleasantview's mayor, Gavin Newson (and Elijiah's brother-in-law), and request that Elijiah's house be condemned. The mayor gives into her request, and Henrietta, pleased with herself, returns home thrilled.
A few days later, Henrietta hears that her brother's wife, Gabriella, has left him and filed for divorce because she was tired of dealing with him. Knowing she can't control Elijiah's life, Henrietta decides to let him deal with his problems.
After school one evening, William brings home a cute little blonde girl named Monica Broke (the daughter of Dustin and Angela). Henrietta and Alexander both think Monica is 'as cute as a button', a welcome her warmingly. Deciding the family needs more bonding time, Alexander, Henrietta, and William begin swimming in the pool every night or playing board games in the attic on snow days. Henrietta is thrilled that she is able to have the relationship with her family that her parents never had.
William eventually transitions to a teen and take a part-time job at his father's real estate office, but the family never loses their bonding time. When William and Monica go out on their first date, Henrietta sobs uncontrollably, knowing her baby boy is growing up on her fast, and elderhood is only around the corner.
While out with The Gals, Angela tells Henrietta that she heard that Elijiah had moved into a new home with his fiancee, Tara Kat. Pleased to hear her brother is finally doing well, Henrietta is able to rest easy, knowing that her family is right where it's supposed to be.
- Henrietta is slightly condescending, but she loves to see her family happy.
- She tends to dislike the less fortunate.
- She found her mother-in-law to be a big pain in the butt.
- Like most Goths, Henrietta despises the Saints, with the exception of Kathy.