The Fairy Queen
The Fairy Queen came to the throne due to the brutal murder of her mother by the Chief Witch. The Queen has adapted to her role well given she inherited several centuries before she should’ve done (fairies, unless really unlucky or specifically targeted, are very long lived). The Queen is devoted to her realm and wants nothing to threaten it. She works very hard, is dutiful and conscientious and builds good relationships with the various magical groups in her realm. She visits the people regularly, briefs the Fairy News Network journalists every so often, aware she should be seen and heard. She is more tolerant of Roherum, FNN's chief broadcaster, than many in her realm are. Indeed she quite likes his "quirks". She can and does find her own Council patronizing and cheerless at times (mainly when they're moaning at her, though she will seldom acknowledge that sometimes they do have a point). It is to the Queen's great credit she invented the Council system to help her run the realm and that she specifically appointed L'Evallier, one of her greatest critics, recognizing she needed someone like that on board to help keep her and her government on the level. It's a pity she doesn't always listen to him though.
AND WHAT I DISLIKE!
Is totally unsympathetic to Eileen's wish for love, has overlooked and indeed carried out magical power abuses (it always is in the name of Kingdom security) though the Queen would rightly point out she has been and continues to be far more merciful than many of her ancestors. The Queen did overwork Eileen and since the brief overthrow has been paranoid about getting Eileen, Jenny and Edward "back where they belong" ignoring the fact all three consider they belong on Earth. Can be ruthless about getting what she wants.