During the reign of William III & Mary II in 1692 the International Statute of Wizarding Secrecy was signed, separating the lives of the magical and the muggles. The reign of the muggle royal family over the magical population of Britain - and later the United Kindgom - was largely undisturbed; both British societies observed the same monarch until the pure-blooded of the magical society began demanding detachment. From what started as being general discontent grew into violent actions with a magical civil war approaching over the horizon. In a stroke of luck that avoided turmoil, the ruling King George III had a magical daughter hidden from the muggle society. This daughter, Princess Charlotte, was quickly installed as the monarch of the magical society of Britain - an act which finally separated the two.
The arrangement worked out perfectly for both societies; whilst both monarchies were separate, the two worked closely to ensure similar values were shared and upheld. When the muggle monarchy changed their house name to Windsor, the magical monarchy followed suit. Everything was harmonious until the ascension of King Henry II. A monarch who wanted to devolve the power of the Ministry itself, Henry became tyrannous early on in his reign. Turmoil that threatened to overthrow the monarchy rose again, saved only by the forced abdication of Henry and the replacement by his eldest daughter, Victoria.
Proving to be the saving grace of House Windsor, Queen Victoria remedied her father's mistakes. She appealed to all crowds of magical life; advocating for no discrimination for species, being proud enough of her pure-blooded heritage to satisfy those who cared whilst remaining completely relatable for all. Her reign, still going strong, has remained among the most harmonious and popular since the magical monarchy's establishment.
Her mother, Vivianne, was Victoria's third child, and was very rebellious in comparison to her siblings. She refused to go to Hogwarts, wanting to be unique by going to Beauxbatons, and began to gain a rather divided view from the public, they either loved or hated her. Vivianne was always getting in trouble, and when she finally finished school, would stay up all night drinking and partying, gaining disdain from traditionalists while getting support from others. Alisa shares little in common with her mother, aside from her rebellious streak of being different then her.
Her father, Henry, was a simple news reporter, often taking pictures of his future wife, who he would always share brief conversations with. Vivianne was eventually the one to ask him on a date, and sure enough, they later ended up married. As he came from a pure-blood family, he was readily accepted into the family, and it is still considered one of the least scandalous things to occur involving Vivianne. She began to settle down from the night life and began to have a family of her own, having four children. Three girls and a boy.
Alisa, being only a year younger then Estelle, always seemed to be the odd one out. She barely cried, nor talked, often preferring to sit alone, watching the gardens. As she grew, she'd often spend her time in those gardens, sometimes admiring nature, and sometimes seeing what happens when you put a ant under a magnifying glass. Alisa was home-schooled, and while lonely, enjoyed it rather a lot. She began to spend long times in the library, reading up on history, and soon became fascinated with Gothic architecture and the history of the muggle world, particularly Eastern Europe. She soon became what many would call "A Goth". She doesn't dispute the claims, considering her dark attire and nature.
She first learnt she had magic when her parents finally agreed to allow her to visit Russia for her 8th birthday, as long as she had a few servants with her for safety. Her uncharacteristic grin and cheer was a surprise to her parents, though this would become the second biggest surprise of the day when a mirror flew off the wall. Her trip to Russia was an eye-opener for her, and being able to experience history by herself made her begin her studies of the language. In time, before her 10th birthday, she knew quite a bit of Russian, and had started to study Finnish. When she finally heard she would get to go to Hogwarts, she once again displayed an uncharacteristic level of joy. All those old unused areas and history, waiting for her to explore.
Her life at Hogwarts has been rather uneventful, though one event at the end of her fourth year has once again changed her view on things. Aside from noticing her closest sisters increased depression, she had a incident in London that she's still not sure how to feel about. After threatening a few bullies attacking someone about her age in London, she was very surprised to receive a kiss on the cheeks for the aid. And that made her realise something. She kinda liked kisses from girls.
Her fifth year was a mix of ups and downs, she made new friends, burnt spiders, and even found her relations with her family improved. Her sixth year only improved on her fifth, her roommates were nice, she got to annoy Professor Deonte and Professor Petukhova more, meet a pretty cool baby, and play quidditch. Life couldn't be better.