As the wife of King Charming and mother of three, Queen Charming is the dutiful queen and mother of Charming Castle.
Queen Charming takes etiquette, tradition and manners very seriously. She is incredibly proud of her children and has high hopes for them living up to their standards as the children of the Charming family. Although she often reminds Darling Charming about being more ladylike, Darling suspects that Queen Charming might be a secret adventurer as well.
In regards that Queen Charming's tale is yet to be revealed, it is more than likely there are many tales out there comprising of a role fitting to her.
In the books, Queen and King Charming have several nieces and nephews, each set starting with the same letter. They are Beloved, Bountiful, Breathtaking, Caring, Charity, Cherished, Courageous, Elegant and Errant, Fragile, Fairest and Fearless, Good-Enough, Gallant, Glorious, Gutsy, Gracious and Gorgeous.
Her parents-in-law are Alluring and Auspicious Charming.
She and King Charming discuss and hope on Dexter Charming's possible future as the Beast. She attends the Charming Family Ball on the last day of summer. Queen Charming urges her children to hurry up as the carriages taking them to the Charming Family Ball are outside Charming Castle. As Darling gets off the carriage, she does so by swinging on Daring's arm. Queen Charming points out that that kind of behavior is not ladylike. Queen Charming finds a rather upset Darling slightly envious of her brother's adventures and reminds her that as a damsel, she has her own part to play. She attends Parents Weekend and is proud that Darling performed her Damsel-in-Distressing parade so flawlessly. As a reward, she gifts her Maid Marian's book Secrets of Sherwood Forest. Queen Charming cups Darling's face and she feels as if there are calluses on her fingers.