Motlalentwa Seeiso and Lineo Seeiso are the king and queen of Lesotho, a small country in South Africa, the magical counterpart of the muggle royals. Being in Africa, the dominant school for the family was Uagadou, which is where many of Bat's siblings, including herself, attended. Bat was one of the middle children but the only one with a twin, Naledi. Even at a young age, Bat found herself acting out and constantly fighting for what she wants. She was almost indifferent to her status as a child and it was only when she went to school did she fully understand the difference of her life compared to other people. This indifference to her own royal life extended to the extended family in other parts of the world, including the British and American lines. However, she found herself fascinated by the British muggle royalty, and the magic part to an extent. Sue her, she was a little bit of a history buff.
Under her father, however, she began to gain an interest in other, more muggle, areas. By the time she was eight, she was active in a lot of areas. Skateboarding, bikes, skiing, rollerblading. Most sports too. Bat could say she had a foot in most sports, though Quidditch wasn't that big of a sport in her area, she knew the rules and was an expert on the broom. Another muggle interest that gained her focus was television, radios, even cameras. She spent nights listening to the radio, flicking through channels, even listening to the one's she didn't find interesting. By the time she was ten, she was working her way through the insides of the devices, picking and pulling them apart, interested to see how they would work. By the time she was eleven, she had built a radio from scratch, though not a very good one. It was during these times did she have her first magical incident. When she was nine, she was working on a radio whilst arguing with one of her siblings. In the heat of the moment, she set fire to the device, though it was later put down to Bat messing with the wires.
When she was eleven, she was sent to the family school, Uagadou. There she thrived, benefitting from her status, using it to become friends with anyone and everyone. She had a large group of friends. Academically, she wasn't the best, but she was good enough to pass each year level. It wasn't as if she couldn't do it, she just didn't care about school and preferred to do other things that gained more of her attention. So it was a shock to her when her family moved to London. She felt out of place and even a bit miffed no one seemed to know Lesotho was let alone who she was. She was sent to Hogwarts, naturally, and was sorted into ______. The only good thing that she found about England was better wifi and the fact she was in the same country as Queen Elizabeth.