Margaret is Reignier of Anjou’s daughter, and sets stock by his empty claim to be a King.
Captured by Suffolk, she is oblivious to the fact that he falls in love with her on sight, though she feels more than a twinge in the same direction herself. She attempts to immediately get down to business with him and to work out a ransom, and becomes impatient with his lack of attention to her. She is proud, though not unaware of the poverty of her position. She agrees to marry King Henry, though with no great passion. Where this leads may be discovered in Henry VI, Part Two.