The Constable of France (Charles Delabret) is a high-ranking French nobleman, one of the more cautious of the French war leaders.
He listens carefully to the ambassadors’ report about King Henry, and is impressed by it. However, he is unprepared to find the rest of the English army as powerful and warlike. Reassured by the fact that the English are few in number and starving, he is supremely confident of victory at Agincourt. He considers the Dauphin foppish and full of himself, and is an honorable man somewhat disappointed at how small a task they have. Seeing that they have lost, he insists on returning to the fray and dying there, which he does.