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Anne is Aisha's only childhood friend who made an appearance in Season 2 after Aisha's introduction. She loved to dance and always tried to cheer Aisha up. She was forced to separate from her friend. She is from Eros and currently lives there.

Appearance

Anne is a white girl with very few freckles below each eye. Her lips are peach-colored, as is her eye shadow. Her eyes are a deep blue. She has orange hair worn in braided pigtails held with tiny blue ribbons at the tip and tube-like pieces at her head. She had few loose bangs, and wore a lilac-colored sweatband.

Anne's attire consisted of a pale colored top with pastel pink up the center with fuchsia stitching, a purple puffed opened jacket with two-layer puff sleeves, and white with bright blue lining wristbands/bracelets.

Personality

Anne is cheerful and has a free spirit, which surprises Aisha. Anne is also very friendly to other people and very helpful and encouraging to her friends. She is able to dance and teach others about it, too.

Pre-Series

Anne taught Aisha how to dance, and was always cheering her up and trying to convince her to not be afraid of being alone or suddenly becoming alone. As her only childhood friend, she was forced to move away and leave the lonely Aisha.

Series

Season 2

In "The Invisible Pixies," Anne is seen in Aisha's dreams and memories. Aisha first met her during her childhood years and it was Anne who showed her what friendship was like and taught her to dance. They shared many happy days together and they had grown so close that Anne came to know of Aisha's fear of the dark.

However, Anne was forced to move away which deeply sadden and hurt Aisha, becoming the source of Aisha's fears of the dark and loneliness. Aisha was eventually able to overcome them when she meets Bloom, Stella, Musa, Tecna, and Flora.

Trivia

  • Anne's name originates from Hebrew, French, English but is derived from the Hebrew Hannah which means "grace, full of grace".
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