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|Cordelia Gi Randgriz|
|Archduchess of Gallia-Bruhl|
|Reign||16 August 2010 - Present|
|Predecessor||Charles II as Archduke of Gallia |
Noctis Lucis Caelum (de facto; as King of the Gallian Commonwealth)
|Minister||Leon Thomas Theron as Regent Lord|
Wilhelm von Stauffen as Prime Minister of Gallia
|Born||16 August 1988|
Randgriz, Commonwealth (now, Principality) of Gallia-Bruhl
|House||House of Randgriz|
|Father||William II, Duke of Randgriz|
|Mother||Alexandra, Duchess of Randgriz|
Cordelia was raised in Randgriz and had a holistic education; graduating from the University of Randgriz and later serving in the Auxiliary Territorial Service Corps during the time when Gallia was still a Commonwealth realm. By the age of 18, she was recognized as the head of Gallia's Royal Family following the death of her father, William II of Randgriz. She is a close friend of Queen Henrietta of Tristain, who is noted to have conversed through telephone conversations throughout her life.
During the Second Lucis Civil War, Cordelia welcomed King Noctis Lucis Caelum to evacuate to Randgriz in order to keep the Lucis Royal Family safe from Republican attempts. During this time, Great Lucis suffered from a series of problems, which eventually hindered its remaining control on Gallia-Bruhl since unlike other Commonwealth realms, the Lucis Government still had 20% of presence in the Gallian Government. Eventually, the two planned for Gallia's full independence with Cordelia reclaiming the throne of Gallia as the Archduchess of Gallia-Bruhl. Following the war, a period of transition occurred in the government in the presence of Cordelia. By 2010, Noctis gave up the Gallian throne while Cordelia ascended as Gallia's first ruling monarch since 1749.
Her image has been affected by various Imperial and Republican settlements but despite it, she remains a popular ruler to her people and so does the Gallian Royal Family.