Throughby Claire Mulker/Jan. 22., 2021 15:25 Uhr EST
During the day, shy teenager Marinette Dupain-Cheng has a secret crush on the dreamy Adrien Agreste, but he's barely aware of her existence. At night, Marinette fights crime as the cool and confident superhero Ladybug, alongside her sidekick, the quintessentially clumsy Cat Noir. Cat Noir has a not-so-secret crush on Ladybug, but she doesn't care about this goober. Also, her heart belongs to Adrien. But Marinette doesn't know that Adrien also has a secret - himisBlack cat.
This is the premise of the French TV seriesMiraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir, a story for helpless romantics of all ages. And although it's clearly written for young children,Wunderhas a surprising amount of hidden depth for geeky adults to dig into. There is an enormously complex mythology surrounding the Miraculous, the items that give our heroes their powers, the Kwamis, the magical guardians of these items, and the villainous Hawk Moth, who can turn ordinary Parisians into powerful super villains through his use magical akumas.
As a result, there are things that only adults noticeWunder, and we're here to analyze and critique all the little details on this show that you probably shouldn't think too much about. After all,WunderIt's about feelings, not logic. It urges you to turn off your brain and enjoy the ride. But we can't because we're adults now, so we turn on our brains and start thinking about itWunderway too hard.
Paris is strangely empty in Miraculous
Imagine the streets of Paris on a sunny afternoon. What's on your mind right now? Probably pavement cafes, charming little boutiques and tree lined walkways. The highly idealized and colorful version of Paris that we seeWunderdoes indeed have all of those things, but there's also one detail that's consistently missing - people.
WheneverWunderdepicts an outdoor scene on the streets of Paris, our main characters are often the only people around, walking along completely empty sidewalks, with only an occasional car driving past in the background. We assume that the main reason for this is most likely a technical one. It would take an enormous amount of time and money to model and animate a hundred viewers when the characters go outside. That being said, the end result of the completely lifeless version of Paris we get on this show is almost post-apocalyptic.
Adding even more to the sense that not that many people live in Paris is the remarkably consistent cast of minor recurring characters. Rather than rescuing complete strangers from Hawk Moth's forces every week, Ladybug randomly crosses paths with the same characters over and over again, like rock star Jagged Stone, news anchor Nadja Chamack, and Mayor André Bourgeois. Not that we mind seeing the same characters over and over again, but it's just further proof that this world's Paris has only a few dozen residents and is otherwise completely empty.
Marinette is just as famous as Adrien
In many ways, Marinette and Adrien are portrayed as total opposites. Adrien is popular and famous due to his famous father and his own career as an aspiring model. Marinette, on the other hand, is said to be an absolute nobody sitting at the very bottom of the high school hierarchy. But here's the dirty little secret the show is trying to hide from you. Marinette is also very popular, just as popular with her peers as Adrien and maybe just as famous.
Marinette's secret rise to stardom is largely due to the events of the episode "Pixelator". In this episode, Marinette befriends world-famous rock star Jagged Stone. And this isn't just a passing acquaintance either. In a later episode, Jagged asks Marinette to design the cover art for one of his albums, which eventually becomes a chart bestseller. Because of this, she even appears on the covers of magazines and on television. As if that wasn't enough, Marinette's best friend is a popular blogger, she babysits the child of a famous news anchor, and she's even the granddaughter of the world's most famous chef.
If you look closely, you'll see that even within her own group of peers, Marinette is a total social butterfly. Already in the fourth episode of the series, we learn that her entire class is overjoyed to see her when she arrives to hang out after school, and Adrien even winks at her. Despite Marinette's continued insistence that she's just a clumsy loser who doesn't stand a chance with Adrien, if you really pay attention to the events of the show, you'll see that Marinette's supposed "unpopularity" only exists in her head.
The Eiffel Tower is often destroyed
Ladybug's most impressive superpower is without a doubt her Miraculous Ladybugs. Whenever our heroine defeats one of Hawk Moth's creations and purifies her Akuma, she unleashes a swarm of magical ladybugs that repair any negative effects caused by this villain's superpowers. Because of this handy plot device, the entire city of Paris can be completely devastated on a weekly basis, and as long as Ladybug defeats the monster of the week, we know everything will be fine.
But in case you haven't noticed, there's one particular Parisian landmark that the show loves to destroy whenever it gets the chance -the Eiffel Tower. This famous monument has been torn down countless times throughout the series' history, so we won't name them all, but let's list a few of our favorites.
The tower is first destroyed in episode 13 when the mime artist cuts it in half with a giant invisible sword. Thekaiju-sized baby Gigantitan also knocks over the Eiffel Tower while throwing a tantrum. The Collector - the akumatized form of Gabriel Agreste - even steals the tower and enters it in his spell book. And in the episode "Style Queen" it's not even a villain who destroys the tower. Instead, Plagg, Cat Noir's kwami, topples it himself with his Cataclysm ability.
While younger viewers might not even realize how badly this show treats the Eiffel Tower, if you're an adult fan of the show, we recommend making it a drinking game.
Beneath the surface of Miraculous lies a sea of strange subtext
Although queer portrayals in children's shows are now becoming the norm in America, France seems to be a step behind in this regard, as there are no confirmed LGBTQ+ charactersWunder, at least not in the show's canon text. In the subtext, however, it's a whole different story.Wundercontains several minor supporting characters who are pretty clearly destined to be in same-sex relationships, even if the show never comes out and explicitly says so.
The first major gay relationship on the show is between shy goth Juleka Couffaine and vivacious blonde Rose Lavillant. Despite being polar opposites in many ways, the two characters are clearly very close. They are often shown holding hands, leaning on one another, or comforting one another, and the two are even said to kiss in the episodes "Zombizou" and "Reflekdoll," though it's somewhat obscure both times.
The other subtextually queer pairingWunderis the one between Marc Anciel and Nathaniel Kurtzberg. These two artistic kids are practically inseparable, and Marc is undeniably destined to be read as queer. Not only does he have visible makeup, rainbow clothing and queer-coded mannerisms, even his name, Marc Anciel, is a pun on the French term for rainbow.rainbow." Series creator Thomas Astruc evenhalf confirmedMark's queerness as he revealed the character is based on a friend of his, bisexual gender fluid artist Hope Morphin.
Some of the humor in Miraculous doesn't translate
Even thoughWunderis a show very much aimed at an international audience, some of the jokes still end very French. And in these cases, younger English-speaking viewers may not understand exactly what they mean.
The most common place this shows up is with characters whose names are puns in the French languages. For example, Alya's cunning superhero personality, Rena Rouge, is based on the phrase "renarde rouge," meaning red fox. And the bread villain Bakerix is a nod to the popular French comic book characterAsterix.
beyond puns,Wundersometimes also contains jokes that require specific knowledge of French culture to be understood, as in the episode "Cat Blanc" where Marinette wants to buy a gift for Adrien's "fifth name day". Confused? We'll break that down for you. In France, most common names have a corresponding day of the year, a practice that grew out of the Catholic tradition of saints having annual feast days. So in France you can not only buy someone a birthday present, but also aname daycurrently.
The joke here is that Adrien apparently has at least five names — his first name and at least four middle names — and that Marinette has such a crush on him that not only does she know all five of his names, but she'd buy him a gift to go with his fifth name day. It's a great joke, but it must seem utterly impenetrable to younger English-speaking viewers.
The show's real villains are... Tikki and Plagg?
Marinette loves Adrien and Adrien loves ladybugs. If only there were a third party who knew their identities, they could just tell our two heroes the nature of this ridiculous predicament they're in, and Adrien and Marinette could finally be together. Oh wait, there totally is. In the episode "The Dark Owl", Tikki learns that Cat Noir is Adrien and Plagg learns that Marinette is Ladybug, yet both kwamis refuse to tell the truth to their owners.
To be fair, Plagg says in the episode "Sandboy" that kwamis are unable to say the names of their current owners, but there is no such ban on saying the name of themAnotherWonderful holder. After all, Tikki says Adrien's name many times throughout the show, both before and after she learns his secret. Also, in the episode "Cat Blanc" Marinette travels to an alternate future where the world is basically destroyed and in that timeline she and Cat Noir know each other's identities but the end of the world is not directly caused by that knowledge. Our heroes could completely avoid the bad fate of this other timeline by making better choices.
As proof that something like thatcanWhen you're done, check out Nino and Alya aka Carapace and Rena Rouge, two Miraculous owners who are also dating. By the end of season two, they learn each other's identities and all is well. In fact, they can now even obtain alibis, which arguably makes it harder to reveal their identities to the world at large. Tikki and Plagg are just idiots. Why do you hate love, you weird little bug?
It is extremely strange that no one recognizes Ladybug and Cat Noir
We know it's a small detail to focus on, and yet the one thing our party-pooper adult brains can't shut up about when we watch this show is why no one knows the secret identities of Ladybug and Cat Noir found out. So similarGreen Lanternor the Incredibles, Ladybug and Cat Noir have opted for a... "minimalist" approach when it comes to their disguises. Yes, we know those tiny little domino masks are just a part of superhero fiction, and we dowantYou want to accept that, but the series doesn't stop rubbing it in our faces. In the episode "The Pharaoh", Alya finds Ladybug's history book and realizes that the superhero must be one of her classmates. When you get to this point, how difficult is it to put those final pieces together? Alya, besides your best friend, are there really that many other girls in your grade with blue-black hair in twin braids?
There's even a popular oneFan Theorywhich offers a possible solution to this problem. What if our heroes surround themselves with a magical aura that makes it literally impossible for people who know them to recognize them? This means that if you were one of Marinette's friends and saw Ladybug, you would still be able to see all of her facial features, but you would suffer from a type of acute face blindness that would prevent you from associating those features with anyone you know . It's a cool theory, and we'd love for the series to confirm it someday, mostly so we can get over that distracting obsession and just enjoy the show again.
After the first two transformation sets, someone was clearly running out of ideas
If you're a superhero who magically transforms into your alter ego, there's something important you need to decide ASAP, right next to your costume and your name - your transformation set. Whether you choose "shazam," "henshin," or "by the power of Grayskull," a good catchphrase is paramount. Ladybug and Cat Noir definitely have this covered. Ladybug's "Tikki, spots on" and Cat Noir's "Plagg, claws out" are up there with "it's morphin' time" when it comes to top-notch mantras. They are short, expressive and memorable.
Unfortunately, it's pretty clear that the writers - or maybe just the translators - quickly ran out of breath after coming up with those first two catchphrases, because pretty much every other Miraculous owner we meet has a morphing phrase that either is extremely verbose, nonsensical, or both. Viperion is stuck with the awkward "Sass, scales, slither" tongue twister, and Multimouse has the cringe-worthy "Mullo, get squeaky". Just try saying one of these out loud and with a straight face, we're challenging you. Perhaps even worse, Carapace has "Wayzz, shell on" and Queen Bee has "Pollen, buzz on," both of which are basically just copies of Ladybug's phrase.
When you move on to the villains, things don't get any better. Mayura has the wordy "Duusu, spread my feathers" and Hawk Moth has the equally captioned "Nooroo, dark wings rise". It's possible that all of these phrases sound absolutely gorgeous in French, and there's a tremendous amount of subtle puns sailing over all of our heads here. But as of today, we think pretty much all of the transformation phrases, with the exception of our two leads, could have used another round of editing.
Cat Noir's crush is pretty scary
There's a big problem at the heart ofWunder. You see, the romantic tension between Marinette and Adrien is arguably the most compelling part of the show. We want to support that relationship, and most of the time we can. But every once in a while, Adrien crosses a line. To be honest, despite the show's attempts to portray Adrien's crush on Ladybug as cute and endearing, he sometimes exhibits obsessive, borderline, stalker-esque attitudes and behaviors.
When appearing as Cat Noir, Adrien continually professes his love for Ladybug, forcing her to endlessly reject his affections, sometimes even doing so in the midst of their supervillain battles. There's even a bit in the episode "Animan" when he tries to secretly smell her without her noticing. As you can imagine, she notices and is not very pleased. Since he's still a teenager, we're ready to loosen the boy up a bit, but enough is enough. Seriously dude, don't keep hitting someone who's already gunned you down, especially while they're at work.
On the other hand, there was that time in the episode "Cat Blanc" when Marinette was sneaking through Adrien's bedroom while he wasn't home and she was touching all his stuff and sniffing his pillow, so maybe a reversal is fair game? Uh, you decide. Is Adrien unforgivably creepy, or do these two freaks absolutely deserve each other?
Miraculous has many parallels to superheroes of previous generations
Like many superhero storiesWunderdraws a lot of inspiration from older TV shows and comics and doesn't try to hide those influences. However, two of the more obvious influences are onWundercould be so long ago at this point that some of the smaller kids in the audience might not recognize her. Oh dear, we're getting old, aren't we?
The first obvious precursor ofWunderisSailor Moon.Sailor Moonstars a romance between a teenage superheroine, the eponymous Sailor Moon, and a masked mystery man who serves as her sidekick, Tuxedo Mask. Also, both Ladybug and Sailor Moon transform into their superhero costumes through the use of magical items, and both have talking animal pals.
Oddly enough, another famous superhero with many striking similarities to Ladybug is Spider-Man. Both Peter Parker and Marinette are teenagers in Red Bug costumes. Also, both show great agility and a penchant for swinging travel - using web shooters and a magical yoyo respectively. Like Marinette, Peter is constantly forced to balance the needs of his personal life with his superhero life, even though Spidey's primary interest is romantic in most of his incarnationsMary Jane, He also sometimes has some relationship with a cat-themed superhero of his own. She even has the same name as Cat Noir, albeit translated into English - Felicia Hardy, the black cat.
The two characters in this series don't know each other's true identity. Marinette/Ladybug doesn't know that Adrien is Cat Noir and at the same time, Adrien is unaware that Marinette is actually Ladybug. They know about each other because they go to the same school, are in the same class and are generally good friends.Do adults watch miraculous ladybug? ›
Yes, a dude can watch miraculous. Originally the show was made for young children but the creators noticed that teens and adults were watching it too so they made it more entertaining for the older audiences. Plus there are many guys who are in the miraculous fandom and/or in the Reddit group for it.Who does Adrien belong with? ›
After passing the test of Master Fu, who is later revealed as the guardian of the magical objects called the Miraculouses, by helping him, Adrien is chosen as one of the two soon-to-be superheroes alongside Ladybug, for whom he quickly develops feelings and whose secret civilian identity is Marinette Dupain-Cheng.Does miraculous ladybug have kissing? ›
In fact, they both confess and reciprocate each other's feelings. Before things are returned to normal, Ladybug and Cat Noir share a kiss, which neither one remembers once Oblivio is defeated.What episode does Adrien find out who Ladybug is? ›
At the beginning Season 3 Episode 22, "Cat Blanc," Marinette (as Ladybug) leaves a gift for Adrien, who watches her leave his house. After some thought, he concludes with absolute certainty that Marinette is Ladybug, despite Plagg's objections.Why do so many adults like Miraculous Ladybug? ›
The portrayal of an independent and strong woman as the main heroine is a large reason for people's watching, and probably the most popular reason is because of the famous love square between Adrien/Chat Noir and Marinette/Ladybug.What is the age limit of Miraculous Ladybug? ›
It is suitable for children aged 6 to 12. It is ideal for both boys and girls. The main character will appeal to girls, while the action and superheroes will appeal to boys. The age rating of the show is TV-Y7.Is Miraculous appropriate for kids? ›
Besides being a brightly animated, action-packed show, it does sometimes deals with heavy topics — but that doesn't mean it's not appropriate for kids. In fact, it's an inspiring show for families to watch together.Who married Adrien? ›
Immediately, two new families rise out of the shadows to challenge the new Don; the Coccinelle Family and the Papillon Family. Marinette married Adrien before the inheritance of his Family legacy.Who married Cat Noir? ›
Miraculous Ladybug - The wedding of Cat Noir and Ladybug! Marinette and Adrien are finally getting married and their friends and family are celebrating toget...
When Félix, Adrien's cousin, visits Paris and sows discord between Adrien and his friends, Alya, Rose and Juleka get akumatized into the Trio of Punishers.Who is Ladybug crush? ›
When Paris is in peril, Marinette becomes Ladybug. Little does she know, her school crush Adrien is actually Cat Noir, another city-saving superhero.How old is Marinette in Season 4? ›
Even so, Marinette is a teenager and sometimes does not make the best decisions. When Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir first begins, Marinette is a 13-year-old girl. Sometime during Season 2 of the series, she turns 14 and is the same age up through Season 4.Do Marinette and Adrien find out who they are in Season 4? ›
Yes they have revealed their identities, but not as the way we think. Although as the seasons near, we'll eventually see an official reveal.What episode does Marinette and Adrien forget their memory? ›
After Ladybug and Cat Noir lose their memories, they must find a way to defeat Hawk Moth and get their memories back before they learn too much about one another.Who are Marinette and Adrien kids? ›
}}Emma Dominique Agreste-Blohm (born Agreste) is the eldest child and daughter of Adrien Agreste and Marinette Dupain-Cheng. She is the older sister to Louis Agreste and twins Hugo Agreste and Madeleine Agreste.Has Ladybug ever been akumatized? ›
Despite all of this stress, Marinette still hasn't akumatized, though she came close in the episode “Ladybug” (Hawkmoth was forced to abort his plan at the time). But because she was so close to becoming an Akuma, fans naturally wondered if this was only a taste of what was to come.What episode did Marinette's mom get Akumatized? ›
In "Qilin", she is akumatized by Shadow Moth into Qilin, a mythical-themed supervillain with wind-based powers.Why can't Ladybug reveal their identities? ›
Why they both [or rather Ladybug] insist that they don't know each others' identities is so: Hawkmoth can't use them to find the other while not transformed.Why did Marinette become Ladybug? ›
After Marinette sees the box that contains the earrings and opens it, a creature resembling a ladybug who presents herself as Tikki appears; she is a magical being known as a kwami, who grants Marinette the power to transform into a superhero when wearing the earrings.
Basically this episode reveals that Marinette was 13 years old when she first received her miraculous, and upon this birthday she just turned 14 years old (but as for which episodes in seasons 1-2 is she 13 or which is she 14 I really don't know).Was Ladybug supposed to be an anime? ›
It's not often that shows switch from 2D to 3D or vice versa, but Miraculous Ladybug was originally planned to be a 2D anime series. The video above showcases a preview of what the series was initially going to look like, featuring vibrant character designs and amazing hand-drawn style.How old is every Kwami? ›
Really 700 Years Old: They are all extremely old, having been around before the pyramids were built. A story from the Miraculous Adventures comic book series reveals that kwamis have existed since the beginning of time, forming whenever a new idea or emotion appears in the universe.Is Chloe older than Zoe? ›
As Chloe is born in April, it can only be possible for Zoe to be 9 months older than her sister and still be in the same year (meaning Zoe being born in August).How old is Hawkmoth? ›
Both males and females are relatively long-lived (10 to 30 days).Is 11 Year Old appropriate? ›
Great film, but not for kids under 13
I recommend this film to everyone who loves slightly disturbing films and TV shows like me but for anyone under the age of 13 you really should not watch it. It's very gory and contains adult language.
We award our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal to this film for ages twelve and above.Is My girl appropriate for a 7 year old? ›
Good family movie with good life lessons but probably too unsettling for under 11. This is a good family movie for parents with kids who are pre-teens. The language is typical PG one or two s-words, one GD and a couple hells and damns. Nothing too overwhelming.What episode does Marinette and Adrien reveal their identity? ›
Revealing the identity of Cat Noir in Miraculous Ladybug season 4 episode "Ephemeral" - YouLoveIt.com.When did Adrien born? ›
Therefore Adrien is born in 2004, meaning Marinette is older than him. Also “Bubbler” occurs after the Origins episode which showed Bustier's class beginning the new school year, which would have begun on the 30th of August, the start of the school year in France in 2017.
Kira Buckland is the voice of Alix in Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir.Is Cat Noir a girl? ›
Cat Noir, the male superhero, is painted as a lanky and sometimes clumsy guy in a black cat costume.Who is in love with Cat Noir? ›
Cat Noir is deeply in love with Ladybug.What will happen to Cat Noir in Season 4? ›
Conversation. Yes, it will happen at end of season 4, but Cat Noir will perish, so Ladybug will have to get his miraculous back from Hawk Moth to make a wish and bring him back at end of season 5.Was Felix the first Cat Noir? ›
Félix Agreste was the original version of Cat Noir that was seen in the Ladybug PV. He was replaced by Adrien Agreste in the main series.Does Adrien's bodyguard have a name? ›
Adrien's bodyguard, nicknamed The Gorilla, is Adrien Agreste's bodyguard and car chauffeur.Who does Felix marry in miraculous ladybug? ›
MARINETTE MARRIES ADRIEN'S COUSIN FELIX!Who is Marinette jealous of? ›
Plot Summary (2) When Lila, the new girl at school, lies to everyone that she and Ladybug are close friends, Marinette becomes jealous since she was flirting with Adrien.Who is Marinette's BFF? ›
Ayla is Marinette's best friend. She's always there to help and support her. What makes Ayla truly unique is her power to notice things that no one else notices.What is Ladybugs evil name? ›
It has many names such as Harlequin Ladybug, Halloween Lady Beetle, and the most common name would be Asian Lady Beetle.
Leos and Libras are also still compatible. Chaton15 wrote: We know their ages now: Marinette was 13 in Season 1, and she turned 14 in Befana (episode 4 of Season 2). Adrien was confirmed to have turned 14 in Bubbler, ...which means he's probably almost a year older than her, I'd guess.What grade is Alya in? ›
Alya Kendrick is a student who is currently studying in the Music Program at Keaton School of the Arts. She started as a freshman (9th grade) in Season 1 and sophomore (10th grade) in Season 2.Is Marinette's mom the old Ladybug? ›
Sabine is always serious about her daughter's happiness and never wants her to be sad. However, she is also unaware of her secret identity as Ladybug.Do Ladybug and Cat Noir ever reveal their identities? ›
The two characters in this series don't know each other's true identity. Marinette/Ladybug doesn't know that Adrien is Cat Noir and at the same time, Adrien is unaware that Marinette is actually Ladybug. They know about each other because they go to the same school, are in the same class and are generally good friends.Does Marinette know who Cat Noir is after ephemeral? ›
After so much time spent making sure she doesn't know who Cat Noir is under the mask, Marinette is now forced to finally learn his identity, when Tikki and other kwamis under her care already know that he's Adrien but can't tell her.Who watches Miraculous Ladybug? ›
Well, their target audience is 7–12 but i know mostly tweens and teens watch this show. So technically anyone can watch, their target audience is young teens. Is the actual miraculous ladybug an anime?Is Miraculous Ladybug a good show do you watch? ›
it's mostly about romance which is appealing mostly to teens and adults and Miraculous has drama, good plot, good love story, funny, good characters, and action so it's baisicly perfect for all ages!Is miraculous a PG? ›
As a superhero show, Miraculous boasts definitely a lot of action and G-rated peril.Who is Marinette inspired by? ›
The superheroine identity of Marinette Dupain-Cheng, Ladybug, was inspired by a young woman wearing a T-shirt with a ladybug depicted on it; she belonged to the production team of another show that also included Thomas Astruc, the creator of the animated television series Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir.Is Cat Noir a man or woman? ›
Cat Noir, the male superhero, is painted as a lanky and sometimes clumsy guy in a black cat costume.
It's a wonderful, funny, touching, and balanced movie, but only for older teens due to the mature content. Teen characters smoke pot and drink; in one scene, a teen drinks so much that she winds up in the hospital.What is Tikki called in Miraculous? ›
Tikki is the kwami of Creation who is connected to the Ladybug Miraculous. With her power, Tikki's wearer can use the earrings to transform into a ladybug-themed superhero. Tikki and her Miraculous are currently active, used by Marinette Dupain-Cheng to transform into Ladybug.
In Miraculous's defense, the show is meant for ages 6–12. Most of the time the villains are ridiculous, and never do anything that Ladybug can't fix at the end of the episode.Is Miraculous like anime? ›
Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir is a CGI superhero anime that is both infuriating for its romance and formidable for its heart-stopping action.What age are Ladybug books for? ›
Recommended for ages 5-8, but younger children can enjoy it, too. Zoey has been in love with the My First Discoveries books since she was a toddler. The Ladybird uses the British term for ladybug.Is Adrien smart? ›
There are different types of intelligence and Adrien definitely is academically smart. He cames from a affluent family which put emphasis on having a wide range of knowledge and skillsets. Marinette is street smart because she learns well from seeing something happen and forms judgement base off it.What grade does Marinette study? ›
AɴSᴡEʀ: Marinette Dupain-cheng reads in 10th grade and she is the class representative of her class. Marinette is 14 years old reading in France. She is a character of Series Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir.