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Played by Lady ➢ Offline
Spouse ➢ Montreal Roi
Play-by ➢ Lily Collins
➢ Not Sharing Play-by
|AGE||JOB||HAIR COLOR||EYE COLOR|
|20||No Information||Auburn, though she dyes it a lot||Hazel|
AppearanceClem stands at 5'4", and has a smattering of freckles along her cheeks and bridge of her nose, which she always covers up. She tends to let her hair down in natural waves, and wear a wide collection of skater skirt type dresses. Her nail polish and lipstick collection is enormous, and she takes a certain pride in it.
HistoryAnson Beckett, papa, 45
Andie Moore-Beckett, mama, deceased
Deanna Bailey-Beckett, step-monster, deceased
Elaine Beckett nee Strange, 18, second step-monster
_________ Beckett, biggest bro, 23-24
Tobias Beckett, big bro, 21
From the get-go, Clementine Eugenia Beckett was quite the fussy baby, but her father had the quote-unquote magic touch. He could lull little Clem back to sleep, or get her to take the bottle when nobody else could, not even her own mother. They had an instant connection, and he would forever be the person looked up to the most. Anson Beckett wasn't just her dad. He was her hero.
As she grew, Clem could always convince him to attend her tea parties with her stuffed animals or wear a crown while she placed a tiara atop her head. She loved to be a princess, having a wide array of puffy dresses that proved as much, and whenever she played with her friends, she refused to be the prince.
When it was her sixth birthday, she received her bracelet and instead of whining about it, made it into a fun accessory by dedazzling it. She wasn't thrilled about leaving home but did excel at school, touting it over her classmates, and wasn't shy about pointing out when someone else was doing something wrong. Clem became known as a bit of a know-it-all, and it didn't necessarily make her popular, but she still had a good circle of friends.
So while her dad was the center of her universe, Clem still loved her mom, and since she couldn't follow in her father's footsteps, she wanted to follow in her mother's. She wasn't the warmest woman, but with Clem, her smiles always reached her eyes. It was hard not to when the little girl was full of infectious charm and energy. She loved cooking with her mom on the weekend and making her daddy proud with a well-prepared meal. She thought her family was perfect, the Trust fulfilling its promise to find the right match.
It was why finding her mom with another man was more than shocking. It was confusing. It was breaking the law.
Andie sat her daughter down, trying her best to explain away her affair. She confessed that she loved the other man, that while her daddy was a good man, there wasn't that spark. That flame. A connection. They were two people that lived their lives parallel to each other but never intertwined.
She accepted it, though she wouldn't fully understand until much later. Clem kept her mother's secret, making a promise to tell nobody, not even her dad. It ate at her to hide such an important thing from him, especially because of his job, but she didn't want to lose her image of her perfect family unit. As it turns out, her dad had been gathering evidence against her mom, already knowing that she was having the affair and turned her in to be executed.
Clemetine knew that what her mom did was wrong, and that meant she had to die, but it didn't mean she didn't miss her.
She took the test that would decide her drafting future at 17, and was instantly pleased that she'd achieved top marks. It meant she was drafted at 18, and had to pack her bags because her husband was located in Boston. It was further away from her family than she wanted to be, especially her daddy, but she adjusted the best she could. After all, the Trust said Montgomery Montgomery was the man she was meant for, and she wasn't going to argue.
The only trouble was she didn't expect to be the neighbor of Jesse Moriarty, a young man that had recently been widowed. She'd innocently brought a casserole over to his house, trying to be a good neighbor and introduce herself. It wasn't like he was the only one she'd visited. There were the Lelac's across the street, the Portinders to the left, and Martins a few houses over. But as soon as he'd invited her in, Clem felt her heart betraying her head. They didn't do anything but talk, and talk, and talk until the sun was going down, and she rushed to excuse herself because she was due home.
Over the next couple months, they'd spend a lot more time with each other, doing nothing more than holding hands as they had conversations about everything under the sun. Because of what her mom told her, she knew that this must have been what love felt like. While Monty was a perfectly nice man, there was no real connection. It wasn't like /this/.
Of course, everything came to a crashing halt when Monty passed away from an undiagnosed heart valve condition only 3 months into their marriage. Clementine was sent back to Tidewater, back under her dad's roof, which wasn't at all bad. She'd missed her dad, and felt like maybe being so far away from him was the reason why her heart had thought it okay to stray. With him now a constant presence, she realized how silly she had been, and has pushed her mom's talks of love to the far recesses of her brain.
Now, her own draft is around the corner and luckily, he's in Tidewater too. What she's not so happy about? Her dad also was recently redrafted to someone younger than her, and a new wife means her dad doesn't have as much time for her. Hopefully, her new husband will give her the attention she needs.
Birthdate: June 13th
Bad Habits: impulse buying, always starting a book and never finishing it, scrapbooking nearly everything, not accepting of being wrong
Turn-Ons: getting gifts, being called a princess, putting her first
Turn-Offs: grumpy grumps, boys, being too hairy
hair color preference: No Information
eye color preference: No Information
draft position: For
premarriage y/n: No
skinned exclusively for the draft by saramonster
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