Margaery's handmaiden rides with her mistress in a palanquin as the King's party returns to the Red Keep from services at the Great Sept of Baelor. Somewhere in Flea Bottom, Lady Margaery stops the procession and disembarks. The handmaiden cautiously follows. Margaery begins to cross a muddy path into an orphanage when her handmaiden warns she will ruin her dress, a concern Margaery brushes off. As Lady Margaery speaks with children in an orphanage, the handmaiden hands out toys, suggesting she was aware of at least some part of Margaery's plan.
|Season Three appearances|
|Valar Dohaeris||Dark Wings, Dark Words||Walk of Punishment||And Now His Watch is Ended||Kissed by Fire|
|The Climb||The Bear and the Maiden Fair||Second Sons||The Rains of Castamere||Mhysa|
- It's interesting to note that this may be the TV series depicted version of Sera Flowers, a character in Telltale who is also Margaery's handmaiden with light hair. The other being Mira Forrester.
- Her hairstyle is very similiar to how Margaery does her hair in many episodes. Implying that now Cersei's fashions are out and Margaery is the new trendsetter. At least until she was taken by the High Sparrow.
In the booksEdit
In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, Margaery Tyrell arrives in King's Landing to wed King Joffrey Baratheon accompanied by three handmaidens, Elinor Tyrell, Megga Tyrell, and Alla Tyrell. The girls are all daughters of different cadet branches of House Tyrell. Elinor Tyrell is the only one of the three to have reached puberty. Other companions of Margaery include Meredyth Crane and Alyce Graceford.
Both of the handmaidens seen in "Valar Dohaeris", as well as the two attending Lady Olenna in "And Now His Watch is Ended" are obviously adults, so that particular detail appears to have been ignored. Their relationship to Margaery might be the same, however, since those two refer to Olenna as "nana", which presumably means she is their grandmother.