King Vladimir is a supporting character in The Life of Queen Jane. He is the King of Riverland. His wife, Jane, died at age 46 in a Duel to the Death.
Biography[edit | edit source]
Parents[edit | edit source]
King Vladimir was born as Prince Vladimir. His parents were King Arthur and Queen Elizabeth. He became King when his mother died. The royal side of the family was Elizabeth's family. Vladimir's son Arthur is named after Vladimir's father. Vladimir's granddaughter is named Elizabeth, after Vladimir's mother.
Early life[edit | edit source]
At 3, Elizabeth got sick and died, making Vladimir King at age 3, the youngest king in Riverland's history. At the age of 13, Vladimir wa introduced to his cousin's friend Florence and the two fell in love. She lived in Tredony, and was only there on holiday. She then left, which broke Vladimir's heart but the two became pen pals. They wrote to one another until the age of 18, when Florence married another, which caused Vladmir to rebound, and that person was...guess who...Jane!
Jane[edit | edit source]
King Vladimir and Queen Jane (née Richard) married at age 21 after Vladmir realized he did actually love her. They had two children, Prince Henry and Prince Arthur. Vladimir has 7 grandchildren, 4 are Henry's children and 3 are Arthur's children. Henry's children are named Robert, Elizabeth, Victoria and John. Arthur has 3 children, named Jane II, Betty and Frank.
In the future[edit | edit source]
After Vladimir died (of Old Age), Henry and Arthur's families moved away and Riverland, with no monarch, was taken over by a different royal family, the Will family. Riverland was renamed Willville and Riverland was forgotten forever, but was remembered by Henry and Arthur's families only. Henry's family went on to form the Curious family, and Arthur's to form the Goode family (Goodwin Goode's family). Henry and Arthur both died of Old Age.