The picture of elegance, Queen Anne’s poise disguises her piercing loneliness in the face of Louis’ increasing hostility.
With France at war with her native country Spain, Anne is treated with suspicion and kept from spending time with the son she so adores.
When she hears that the Musketeers are back, she can’t help but look forward to seeing Aramis again – and when she does, it’s clear that the attraction between them never died. However as the series progresses, Anne and Aramis will form a relationship of a different kind in their bid to keep France safe from its unpredictable enemies yet.
Anne’s unshakeable reserve in the face of mounting political pressure will prove invaluable in defending the nation she now determinedly calls her own.
Alexandra made her feature film debut in Hammer of the Gods, opposite Elliot Cowan, Charlie Bewley and James Cosmo.
In addition to playing Queen Anne in all three series of The Musketeers, Alexandra is well known for her portrayal of Kara in BBC One’s Merlin.
Her further TV experience includes the roles of Rosalyn Fray in Game of Thrones and Marie in Agatha Christie’s Poirot: Elephants Can Remember. Alexandra’s stage credits include playing Bertha in The Last of the De Mullins.