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Biographical Information
IRL: History's Catherine de' Medici
Real Name: Catherine de' Medici
Title: Catherine, Queen of France

Duchess of Urbino
Queen Dowager
Queen Mother
Queen Regent

Predecessor: Claude of France
Successor: Mary Stuart
Born: April 13, 1519
Dies: January 5,1589
Age: 46
Religion: Roman Catholic
Originally From: Florence, Italy
Current Location: France
Husband: King Henry
Parents: Madeleine de' La Tour d'Auvergne (Mother)

Lorenzo de', Duke of Urbino (Father)

Family: Cortenza de' Medici(Cousin)

Roman de' Medici (Cousin)
Pietro de' Medici (Cousin)
Francesca de' Medici (Cousin)
Lucrezia de' Medici (Cousin)
Duke Francis(Brother-in-law)

Children: King Francis(Son)

Queen Elisabeth (Daughter) Princess Claude (Daughter)
Prince Louis(Son)
King Charles (Son)
Prince Henri (Son)
Princess Emone(Daughter)
Princess Henriette(Daughter)
Princess Margaret (Daughter)
Clarissa (Illegitimate Daughter)

Interests: Lord Narcisse (On-and-Off)

ChristopheLiam O'Mally(Briefly)
Richard Delacroix(Former Lover)

Affiliations: French Court

Italian Court
House of Medici
House of Valois (Marriage)
The Flying Squad
Catherine and King Henry
Catherine and Richard Delacroix
Catherine and Christophe
Catherine and Lord Narcisse
Catherine and Queen Mary
Catherine and Francis
Catherine and Sebastian
Catherine and Clarissa
Catherine and Nostradamus
Catherine and Diane de Poitiers

Physical Description
Gender: Female Female.png
Height: 5'6
Status: Alive
Signature: Queen Catherine's Sugnature.png
Character Information
First appearance: Pilot
Portrayed by: Megan Follows

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"I learned long ago, that a secret known by only one person,
remains a secret.
Queen Catherine

Queen Catherine, also known as Catherine de' Medici, was born in Italy to the rich and powerful de'Medici family as the daughter of Lorenzo de'Medici, Duke of Urbino and Lord of Florence. She married the future King of France and had ten children, including her favourite child, the late King Francis.

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Catherine is a strong, smart and well-educated woman. She loves her sons beyond her own life and has stated that she is willing to walk into hell for them. She no longer cares for her husband's attentions, and ignores his other women, as she is the only woman with the ultimate recognized power worldwide. Nonetheless, she remains a powerful ally and a loyal friend, as well as a resourceful and reliable queen to France and Henry.

Early Life

When Catherine was a young child, her parents died of illness. The Medici, a powerful Italian family, who were overthrown by the Florentine Republic, and Catherine was held hostage in a convent by the rebels. Threats were made against Catherine to rape her, which was implied to have been carried out at some point. After years of captivity, she was rescued by the forces of Pope Clement VII, who held her in his embrace as he greeted her, giving her back her freedom.

Years later, Pope Clement VII arranged the marriage of Catherine de' Medici to the second son of the French king, Prince Henry. The marriage took place in France when they were both 14 years old. Catherine and Henry were very much in love, even if he had been seeing another woman before their marriage. However, Catherine was surprised when the other woman Diane de Poitiers continued to stay in both their lives. Catherine was very hurt to hear that Diane was pregnant before she was, and was devastated when it turned out to be a boy. However, not long after, Catherine was pregnant and was thrilled when it was born a boy as well. Henry named him Francis, after his older brother. Soon after, she was pregnant with a second child, who she named Elizabeth.

Two years later, Henry's father died, and Henry became the new King of France, making Prince Francis the new heir to the throne. Years passed, and Queen Catherine and King Henry had four more sons and four more daughters. Sadly her second Son died before his 1st birthday, and her twin daughters were murdered as babies.

Season 1

Francis's doesn't want to wed

Francis walked in late, greeting his sister Elisabeth who getting ready for her wedding later that evening. Not a minute after his arrival was her son protesting his marriage to the Scottish Queen, claiming "She had skinny legs, a missing front tooth, and opinions" last he remembered when they were children. His father scoffs at him to grow up and made a snide remark at his wife. King Henry, they wanted Scotland as an ally. Henry left the room once his clothing was finished being adjusted by the Royal tailor. Leaving both his son and wife unhappy with him.

"Let him talk like a king. Your marriage won't happenen, until I say so!"
Queen Catherine

Later, Catherine was with Nostradamus as they shared a drink of tea together. Catherine asks him if his visions of her son’s death have changed. Nostradamus confirmed that if Francis weds the Scottish Queen is will lead to his death.

"How do I control a daughter-in-law who's a Queen in her own right?!"
Queen Catherine

I am the Queen!

Trumpets sounded as the entire French Court gathered to greet the young Scottish Queen. Catherine arrived late and made a statement by standing in front of the king and his mistress, Diane de Poitiers

Before Mary could greet the Royals she was stopped by her son who cut across the grass to meet her. They exchange greetings and then walked arm-in-arm down towards the King and Queen of France for a proper introduction.

Queen Catherine found herself set before two young love birds who wish to marry each other. Catherine exclaimed how happy she was with their union, but asked the lady Lola to do a favour for her. Once she left the room Catherine instructs her ladies to do that same. Leaving her alone with the young Colin MacPhail.

That evening at Elisabeth and Philip's Wedding everyone was celebrating as Princess Elisabeth and King Philip have their first dance. Catherine watched Colin give his Queen the glass of wine. They both cheer and drank together.

Soon all the Scottish women were in the middle of the floor dancing. Henry watched one of the girls on the floor intently. Much to Diane's annoyance. Queen Catherine was annoyed too, the wedding has become overrun with Scots.

Interesting news...

The next day Mary seeks an audience with her and her husband over her attempted rape. Requesting to speak to Colin herself, they both encourage her it was a bad idea. Catherine tells her not to give mercy to a man that tried to rape her. Mary demands to see her subject, but Henry told her it's too late. Colin had already been executed at dawn.

Catherine watches her son and Mary talking from a window. She asks Nostradamus again if his visions have changed. He informed her they have not. Catherine was annoyed at this started thinking of a new plan.

You will be married sonn

In the throne room, Catherine and King Henry are talking about their 2nd son future wife. A young French noble his own age whos family has lots of money and are loyal. Mary and her ladies-in-waiting have already arrived. When Henry agrees about Prince Charles wife Catherine tells him the young Lady Madeleine has her own giraffe, and if he's good, then once they are wed she will get him his own giraffe too.

Prince Francis is order to go to show respect, to the young Lady Madeleine who will be traveling ship to meet with her new fiancé. Mary suggests she comes along too since she too was once sent far away from home as a young child. Catherine tries to them convince Henry that maybe Madeleine should just meet them all here since it's a several hours journey. Henry laughs and thinks Mary going is a fine idea and sends them all on their way.

"You know that Bash isn't really your brother. just your father's son."
Queen Catherine

The next day, down at the dungeon Nostradamus informs Catherine that as is tradition a red X is marked on the door of the person who is to be executed. But it was changed, and a thief was executed if Collins place and Colin has now escaped.

The next day Queen Catherine and King Henry inform Mary about the runaway Colin. Claiming that he was working with the English, and that is why she was attacked by him. She also informs the younger Queen not to worry, and the French soldiers will find him, wherever he hides. Mary then requests since Colin is her subject that he be brought to her once he has been found.

Didn't want to disturb you with your whores

After King Henry questions his wife's orders. Why he was not informed until that morning. Reminding her he is King and day or night be wants to be informed. Once Colin if found he wants to know what he has to say too.

The next day at their child's engagement party, Henry and Catherine walk together. They are arm-in-arm, but Catherine is soon discouraged by Henry again with his flirtatious behavior towards other women in front of her.

The next day Francis confronts his mother, warning her not to tampering with Mary's life anymore. Promising that him being with Mary doesn't mean she will lose him and then walks off. As Catherine gets ready for bed to pulls her covers back and is startled to see a giant red X on her sheets.

Catherine confronts Mary Stuart. Telling her she warned her of the unrest that would result from changing the line of succession. Once The Vatican legitimizes Sebastian, King Henry will take off her head, and her other sons, Prince Charles and Prince Henri will be orphans. Mary reminds her,t ey have a father. Catherine asks how much attention does she think they'll get from him as he cavorts with his new bride Diane? As for Bash, as soon as he takes power, he will face unrelenting pressure to do away with them, Mary promises to never let that happen.

Arranging her own funeral

Catherine was preparing herself for her own execution. Including; having her dress tied, new shoes, hair braided with it done up, tied up, and pinned up. Accompanied by golden jewelry, with rubies, as Catherine instructed the executioner to make the blow quick. Reminding him she had paid him extra to do so. She also informed him to be careful with her expensive necklace, she had promised to one of her ladies, as she placed her head on the chopping block. A maid brought a list of what would be served at the dinner. Catherine was annoyed, as it had prunes on it. She had strictly instructed them, no prunes because her youngest daughter was allergic.

When Catherine got up she requested to know with the flowers were, demanding they be in place before her execution. Another servant informed her that King Henry thought it too costly, however, Catherine did not care and demanded to see their placement. Catherine was quite annoyed with the flower preparations.

"Shall I catch my own head in my hands too?!"
Queen Catherine
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Catherine demanded to know when she could talk to Henry about her tombstone. She had wanted a Florentine sculpture and 20 tons of marble. Henry insisted he could not afford that considering she already had 100 musicians and ships made of silver and gold. Catherine assured him it was symbolic of her journey to heaven. Henry thought she was only dragging out her funeral preparations, Catherine scoffed at him. They both knew she couldn't be beheaded until they heard news from The Vatican. Henry didn't care, angrily telling her what they wrote about her would not ultimately matter. She passionately told him it would to her children. Henry walked off before she could continue to make negotiations about her funeral. Mary was only a couple of feet from Catherine when she heard the royal trumpets. Sebastian told her it but it meant a Royal visitor had arrived.

Much to Catherine's annoyance it is the allusive Marie de Guise, Mary Stuart's own mother. She was a snotty, and cold woman in her opinion.

Hello old friend

Marie de Guise and Catherine were both in the throne room, talking about Catherine's pending death. Marie tried to place the blame on Catherine. Reminding her she had placed her upbringing with ‘’her’’. Informing her, she had apparently even threatened her daughter's life. Snidely telling Catherine, she gave up being a mother to Mary so that Catherine herself would raise her to be Francis’ wife. Catherine immediately knew what Marie de Guise was doing. She reminded her she traded in her daughter, for the protection of France against the English. Marie de Guise tried to use the pity card, saying she had been overwhelmed when her husband died. She had been left with Mary, who at the time was only a week old. Marie changed the subject to Nostradamus. Calling him a charlatan, and they got scared off with his make-believe words. Catherine also defended Nostradamus, claiming his words were no arguable debate.

"I have sold my soul and my child. To protect myself and my nation. Mary may be Scotland's Queen.
But I admit King.
Marie de Guise

The conversation had changed, and Marie de Guise told Catherine how she too wanted Francis on the throne. Not without mocking Catherine, for her losing her husband to a mistress. But she made it clear she wanted Mary to wed Francis. Catherine told her that she was all but dead. If she wanted to fix things, she would have to do it herself.

Catherine decided to give Nostradamus the mast Clarissa has worn before her death. She figured it would mean more to him, as he had been more of a parent to her than she had. She wanted to know if her daughter had ever known happiness. Nostradamus told her she had for a short while. When she was younger she had lived in a village, and he would often hear her singing a song the villagers had sung to her.

I might die for this!

Nostradamus told Catherine of his new visions. And how they now regarded Mary and Francis. He had always predicted Mary was tied to her firstborn's death. However since Clarissa was dead, and how she had actually been Catherine’s firstborn's, the visions changed. He now saw Francis and Mary together, living happily after their wedding. She was of course, furious at her friend. Her head was literally on the chopping block, because of his visions, and her son had disappeared. He then told her Francis had returned to Court just that day. She furiously informed him that if she died, it wouldn't be before she saw him burn.

Catherine ran to greet her son. France's promises his mother he would get her away from French Court. And that they could leave, exiled together hopefully. The Queen demand he stopped to listen to her. She told her son Nostradamus's visions had changed. Even though he did not believe in them, Mary did. He could now change Mary's mind. Marie de Guise interrupted them both, informing Francis that she also thought Nostradamus’s predictions were silly. However, she wanted the young man with her daughter over the bastard Sebastian.

Mary walked into Catherine's room, furious. She demanded to know what she was doing, was it all just a game to her. Mary wanted to know if she was just doing this since she has so much to lose. Catherine insisted she was not, she would never put the lives of her children ahead of hers. She then walked over to her dresser and cut her wrist with a piece of broken glass. She told Mary she could either do nothing and let her die, a call for help. The choice was hers. She could believe her, or she could not. She would be the dead soon anyways if she did not choose Francis. Deciding Catherine was indeed telling the truth she went over to help stop the bleeding. A servant then entered Cathryn's chambers, not realizing the situation informed both Queens that King Henry had called for everyone to come to the throne room.

There her soon-to-be ex-husband told everyone the English Queen was dead. He now demanded Mary pick one of his sons to wed.

Ol' trick I learned

Queen Catherine entered Mary's chambers, informing her that The Vatican had made a decision on who would be France's next king. She said the decision was in the letter, and that though she knew Mary loved both men, she argued that she loved one more than the other. She handed Mary the letter and told her to open. When Mary did she breathed out a sigh of relief. It was an empty piece of paper, but they both knew who Mary had been thinking about.

Not long later Mary stood beside the Scottish Queen's mother waiting for their children to marry. She noted that the servant who brought news of the English Queen was now missing. They both knew Marie had tricked everyone. However neither seemed to care as now their children were getting married.

Season 2

Season 3

Catherine ends up in the infirmary after biting part of her cheek and leaving it on the dungeon ground. Mary visits her and informs her that Francis never wants to see her again, but Catherine responds by telling Mary that she led to all the tragedies that have happened. After hearing about the English offer to King Antoine about English support if he doesn't renounce the Bourbon claim to the French throne, Mary has Catherine released from the dungeon. Catherine threatens Nicholas - if he doesn't retract his offer to King Antoine, she would reveal her and Elizabeth's plan to ruin Mary and Elizabeth's relationship with Dudley. She visits Francis in his bedchamber and apologizes for not being the mother he wanted and promises to protect everyone, including Mary. It's revealed that she was the one who sent the information to Mary about the Spanish king looking for a wife. She encounters Lola and Narcisse after their wedding and wishes them "long and happy lives." She enters the throne room and seats herself on one of the thrones. [1]

After Francis' miraculous recovery, she's rearranging the furniture in his chambers and urges Francis to make heirs with Mary. Later Nostradamus tells her of a new prophecy he had regarding Francis' fate - a white flowering tree with petals all around and blood falling. She is alarmed and asks him to warn Francis but he reminds her that she is Francis' mother and that he'll probably listen to her. When she tries to warn Francis, he decides to brush it aside. Later Sebastian brings news of Francis' death and Catherine finds Mary beside Francis' body. She urges Mary away from his body and they hold each other. During the funeral, Nostradamus refuses to return to Court but tells her that she needs Mary in order to rule as France's regent. When Mary returns the crown of the Queen of France to her, she tells Mary she doesn't blame her for Francis' death because Francis made his own choices and his love for Mary made him happy. She tells Mary that she is strong and that she will have to remain strong. [2]

After Don Carlos falls and cracks his head, Catherine and Mary Stuart are paniking on what to do. Catherine tells Mary she better pray he dies, as his father is the most powerful, most pious monarch in the world. The prince could convince him the machine was something that she and Francis used to use, and Mary introduced it to the prince and invited her in as a participant. And nothing would save them from Spain's wrath.

Mary found out Duke of Alba knows about Don Carlos' bedroom hobbies. Catherine tells them, they too helped hide the prince's predilections from his father, fearing he would disown his son, the countries only heir to the throne. Mary Stuart promised to do nothing with the information. Saying she's in the market for a husband and wanted to remain removed from scandal. In return, Duke of Alba will say while on a stroll, the prince wanted to pick wildflowers for Mary. He climbed a wall, slipped, and cracked his skull, all for the love of Queen Mary.

Later, Catherine banished Don Carlos from France. Adding if he tries to turn King Philip against France, if he attacks France or Mary in any way, she will not hesitate to share with his father the ghastly details of his visit. s

Mary Stuart begins looking for any Catholic males in the line of succession. The most likely candidate was distants cousin of her and Elizabeth's named Joseph Tudor. After Mary Tudor died and Queen Elizabeth turned England Protestant, Joseph fled to France. Joseph Tudor appealed to King Henry and Queen Catherine for asylum when Elizabeth took the throne and started persecuting all of Mary Tudor's Catholic supporters. As France is a Catholic monarchy, King Henry granted him sanctuary. [3]

Narcisse and Catherine are disguising Queen Mary's travels back to Scotland. Catherine says Mary is sailing into a hostile nation of Protestants and must leave immediately. Needing her mercenaries for her own protection. Lord Narcisse warns her if that situation explodes, it is better for Mary to incur losses over her. Catherine realized he really does not like Mary. Narcisse reminds her Mary sent his son, Eduard Narcisse to his death. He may not have been a son to be proud of, but he was his, nevertheless. And when Lola had doubts about his commitment to her, and Mary fanned the flames of their discord, driving her to England.

While Sebastian and Catherine are arguing about Delphine she tells Sebastian they are family, adding she has been like, but Bash cuts her off. Finishing her sentace 'Like a mother to me.'" Adding When Francis died, he felt so alone and reached out to his real mother. He'd sent letters to Diane at all of her chateaus, but she never wrote back. When he realized what she'd done to Catherine's daughters, Henriette and Emone years ago, he cast Diane out of his life. Not only because of her crimes but because he knew if she ever discovered the truth, she'd murder his mother with her bare hands. And since she's gone missing, he can't help but wonder and demands to know if she killed his mother. Catherine confirmed she had for murdered her children. Bash asks for her body for a proper burial, but Catherine tells him to lie her body's in the sea. Bash begins to choke her out, but Catherine talks him out of it. The two part ways forever.

Felix Jean-Dubois told King Charles how he went to his father's office and noticed crates of weapons being moved to the town of Orsay, leading The Phantom Brigade to think that was The Red Knights headquartered. Later that night they, along with Leith Bayard travel to the town of Orsay. Once there, Charles lit an arrow, sending it into the tower to explode the weapons. However they had already been moved, and now the town's grain was burning. The town quickly turned on them and Leith and the King's Guard got them out. In the commotion and smoke, Charle was taken by The Red Knights. [4]

The Red Knights wanted Catherine and her family dead. Believing it was the start of a revolution and after they killed the regent, and the House of Valois were all gone, the monarchy would fall.

Catherine tells her daughter Princess Claude that is her brother King Charles doesn't come back, she want her to see that her brothers and sisters are safely transported to Spain, Seek refuge with her older sister, Queen Leeza. Catherine makes Claude promise to take care of her siblings. [5]

Season 4

Narcisse and Catherine are reunited at French Court, along with John Philip. Catherine thanked Narcisse for returning John, and promises to protect him, to honour Francis and Lola, and as his stepfather, he would always be in his life. But Narcisse doesn’t want that, John has Lola's eyes and he can't look at him.

Catherine told her son King Charles how she overheard two dukes that were educated, reasonable men discussing whether the King's ailment could be cured, or if a better solution was a silver bullet. But it was his sister, the queen of Spain, they needed to worry about. If she believes that Charles was possessed, the very inquisitors that rained blood down on Spain would march into French court, and not even a king would be safe. Charles agreed to do whatever was needed, and Catherine was able to buy them time. She convinced Leeza to take a tour of France's great cathedrals a "welcoming home" gift from the clergy.

Catherine informed Lord Narcisse Queen Leeza was back in Spain, but she's not happy. Catherine informed her Prince Henry's return to France had been delayed, 'cause he is fighting Turks on behalf of the Catholic faith. Something that would please her, she liked the slaughter of infidels, but still, she wants Henri on the throne, not his older brother. Leeza would allow King Charles to remain king while Henry's was delayed. In the meantime, she's requesting that she attend Mary and Darnley's Wedding. insisted that she represent both France and Spain's support of a Catholic union.

Catherine informs Lady Lennox she daughter, Leeza, is the queen of Spain, she hopes she wouldn't take her lack of attendance as a slight, she sent a full dining set of pure gold with her personal apologies.

Lord Narcisse tells Catherine that Nicole Touchet is turning into a proper lady, and she wants to be a courtesan. In return, she is guiding Charles for them, keeping him in line. However Leeza still wants Charles off the throne, and believes Henri is the man to keep France Catholic. And after agreeing to let her handle matters, Leeza went behind her back and she wrote to Henri directly, he is on his way to France now now, fresh from his latest defeat of the Turks, aware that Spain wants him on the throne.

Later, Henri arrives, sitting Leeza's letters that Charles is unwell and he was needed immediately. His mother assured him, his brother is quite recovered and will not be abdicating.

Narcisse and Catherine met up and Lord Narcisse told her how he played Nicole Touchet masterfully. All it cost him was the desecration of Lola's memory.

Prince Henri claims he'd be a better King. Leeza said Charles was not right in the head, and he was needed.

Catherine tells her son King Charles she wanted to protect him by making him strong, but he insists he is weak, and everyone can see it but you. First Leeza, then Henri. He couldn't let England see that, or his own people, that's why he ordered those heads cut off, to hide the truth that he's afraid.

Narcisse and Catherine are in bed together. Catherine mentioned how after all they've been through, all they've lost, the two of them were still here, keeping the kingdom from falling apart. Together they really are a force to be reckoned with. But adds when she told him to get over the loss of Lola, she didn't mean for him to sleep with every woman in the castle.

There are on-going negotiations between England and France. Catherine says not to give England the cargo from the ships. The cargo is saltpeter. The English transport it from North Africa to make gunpowder. Queen Leeza requested the English ship captured in France divert the saltpeter to Spain. Lord Narcisse is working with Spain to clean up the mess King Charles created with England. All they ask in return is the saltpeter to make ammunition.

Catherine convinces her sons King Charles and Prince Henri that their sister Leeza has used them, and turned them agenst each other.

Emanuelle's predicts Spain will still be a bother, but its Queen won't be a problem much longer. Complications with her third child. A girl. Queen Leeza died of childbirth in 1568, 2 years later.



Family Tree

Francis of Valois
Claude of France
Duke Francis
King Henry
Queen Catherine
Madeleine of Valois
King Francis
Queen Mary
Queen Elisabeth
King Philip
Princess Claude
Luc Narcisse
King Charles
Prince Henri
Princess Margaret
John Philip
Don Carlos

Historical Notes


Season One
Pilot Snakes in the Garden Kissed Hearts and Minds A Chill in the Air Chosen Left Behind Fated For King and Country Sacrifice Inquisition
Royal Blood Consummation Dirty Laundry The Darkness Monsters Liege Lord No Exit Toy Soldiers Higher Ground Long Live The King Slaughter Of Innocence
Season Two
The Plague Drawn and Quartered Coronation The Lamb and the Slaughter Blood for Blood Three Queens The Prince of the Blood Terror of the Faithful Acts of War Mercy Getaway
Banished Sins of the Past The End of Mourning Forbidden Tasting Revenge Tempting Fate Reversal of Fortune Abandoned Fugitive The Siege Burn
Season Three
Three Queens, Two Tigers Betrothed Extreme Measures The Price In A Clearing Fight or Flight The Hound and the Hare Our Undoing Wedlock
Bruises That Lie Succession No Way Out Strange Bedfellow To The Death Safe Passage Clans Intruders Spiders In a Jar
Season Four
With Friends Like These A Grain Of Deception Leaps of Faith Playing With Fire Highland Games Love & Death Hanging Swords Unchartered Waters
Pulling Strings A Better Man Dead of Night The Shakedown Coup de Grace A Bride. A Box. A Body. Blood in the Water All It Cost Her

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King: Queen: Catherine de' Medici (Reagent of France)
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Heir: Lands: Kingdom of France
Title(s): Catherine, Queen of France · Queen Dowager · Queen Mother
Ancestors: Lorenzo de' Medici
Current members: Francesca de' Medici · Pietro de' Medici · Roman de' Medici
Deceased members: Pope Clement VII · Cortenza de' Medici
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