The power couple of the Department of Technological Advancements - It was no secret - was Robert and Brooklyn Chambers. Married at a decent age, and had a pretty good life. They loved each other, of course. They had four children together after all. Leah is the oldest, followed by Barbie, Kourtney, and then Queen. All girls, and all of them having their own unique personalities.
There was also a hidden one. Of course, not hidden too well. Brooklyn met a man named Liam Griffin, who was also married, with kids, and also felt the same guilt and fear as Brooklyn did when she found she was pregnant by the man. Of course, at first, all assumed it was Robert's, but then Wyatt was born- And his striking similarity to Liam Griffin caused anger on both sides.
Queen is unsure overall what happened to the Griffin's. After Wyatt was born, Robert and Brooklyn cut off all contact with that family, and Wyatt was put up for adoption. Queen, with her three year old self, had absolutely no idea what had transpired, and despite the growing tensions in her family, life went on normally for her. Her parents went to couple's therapy, and their relationship prevailed.
Queen grew to be a normal girl from then on out. After the whole affair fiasco, her parents have decided not to have another child, so she was officially the youngest. When Queen was around 7 years old, Leah had her first magical accident - She lost her favorite toy, and was screaming for it when it came up behind her and hit her upside the head. She checked- There was nobody behind her. The only reasonable explanation was confirmed by her parents when they had gathered all of the girls and explained their abilities. The next year, it was Barbie, then the next year, Kourtney. Finally, when Queen was nine, and Kourtney and the others were getting sent off to Hogwarts, Queen had her first magical sign when they were all on the Platform for the Hogwarts train. Queen didn't want Kourtney to go at all, and all her little mind could think of was gluing her fee to the ground- And Bam. That's exactly what happened.
The next year, it came time for her to join her siblings on the train. Queen was so excited! When they first made it to Hogwarts, like all her siblings, she mostly stuck together with them for the first year. But soon, she had slowly started coming out of her shell around others, and became more outgoing. Now, she tries to be as nice as she can to people, all while keeping up her public appearances. Then, she had gone to the Russian school, Koldovstvoretz for a year, under the guise of wanting to travel more. Really, she just wanted to get away from the brewing family drama, and got bored of it. So, she left her family behind for a year.
At Koldovstvoretz, Queen had become the 'Queen' of the shcool fairly quickly. Unlike in Hogwarts, she had already bloomed before she had arrived at the school. This would provide to be her boon. As charming as Queen is, she made friends very easily. the right friends at the right place, and she eventually began an empire of her own. That year changed her perspective. Keeping a position in her group of dominating friends was not as easy as one would think, and it came with consequence, including some of the boys getting a little too rough on her. She was lucky that day. If a friend of her's Vladimir, hadn't stepped in and gotten the boys off of her, she'd have had a very bad year. Weirdly enough, it turned out to be one of the better years of her life. Vlad and her had formed a strong relationship, and while Vlad had to keep it a secret, he and Queen were happy.
Queen understood Vlad's history, his relationship with his family. So when he snapped at a student and almost killed someone, she understood why he had been so stressed out. He was a seventh year at the time, and she didn't want to see him go down for this. So, instead of allowing him to get expelled, Queen took responsibility for the action and had gotten expelled herself. She chose to go back to Hogwarts the next year, and the two still kept up their relationship. Just with some space between them. Though, the summer visits were extraordinary.