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Margaret Walpole (マーガレット • ウォルポール, Māgaretto Worupouru) is a minor character first seen in Code Geass: The Miraculous Birthday. She is the current President of the United Republic of Europia.


Code Geass: The Miraculous Birthday[]

Margaret is first seen alongside Nunnally vi Britannia, Kaguya Sumeragi and Empress Tianzi sitting attending an event referred to as the Warsaw Conference. Schneizel el Britannia, Kanon Maldini, Nagisa Chiba, Zhou Xianglin, and an unnamed woman with glasses who can be assumed to be attending with Margaret.

Other Appearances[]

Code Geass: Lelouch of the Re;surrection[]

Margaret appears in a couple scenes during the movie. She is first seen during the footage of Ohgi and Villetta's wedding, sitting at the same table as Nunnally, Kaguya and Tianzi. During the worldwide meteor shower seen after the battle in Zilkhstan, she is with Kaguya and Tianzi. During the credits, she is seen with Nunally and Tianzi, with the three of the wearing the same outfit.

Code Geass: Fukkatsu no Lelouch (Manga)[]

In the manga, which shows the events leading up to the film, she is seen at Ohgi and Villetta's wedding, alongside Kaguya and Tianzi. Bowing to Nunnally, she said she hasn't seen her since the Warsaw Conference, to which Nunnally agrees, calling her Lady Margaret Walpole. Margaret insists that she can call her just Margaret. and Tianzi thinks is an excellent idea and Kaguya agrees, insisting that they're all friends.


Nunnally vi Britannia, Kaguya Sumeragi, and Tianzi[]

The four appear to be fairly close, as they are seen together in all of her appearances. They sat together while attending Ohgi and Villetta's wedding. She is seen together with Kaguya and Tianzi during the meteor shower seen around the world after the battle in Zilkhstan. During the end credits, she is seen wearing a uniform with Nunnally and Tianzi, with all three of them wearing a matching outfit.

Though Nunnally initially refers to her formally due to her position, Margaret insists that she simply refer to her by just her name.