Ann Estelle

Fictional?: 
Yes
Story set in a real location?: 
No

Ann Estelle is a fictional character based on the drawings of illustrator Mary Engelbreit.

From the Tonner About Engelbreit page:

Ann Estelle, the only recurring character in Mary's art, is essentially her alter ego and named after her maternal grandmother.  The lovely, but feisty, Ann Estelle is generally (but not always!) blond, bespeckled and wears a sailor outfit and hat.  On occasion, she has red hair, black hair (or no hair at all!) and she may forgo the glasses and sailor outfit for a more fashionable ensemble.  She can be drawn of any age, but is always a girl at heart.  She is pleasant, and without a doubt, has manners that cannot be matched.  And while you may describe her as serene and confident, A-T-T-I-T-U-D-E is the word that first comes to mind when speaking of our dear Ann Estelle - remember, she IS The Queen of Everything!  Any Mary Engelbreit fan worth her checks and cherries can identify Ann Estelle on sight.  The original Ann Estelle, Ann Estelle Divine, was born in 1902 in St. Louis, Missouri. And she too was proper, principled, and loved by many-including her granddaughter, Mary Engelbreit.

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