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Chloé? Seriously? She's too self-absorbed to think of anyone but herself, much less save the world.
As a civilian, the Bee Miraculous holder stands at a medium height with honey blond hair pulled back into a ponytail and has blue eyes.
As a Miraculous holder
The Bee Miraculous holder wears a yellow and black mask. She wears her hair back in a ponytail, tied with a black hairband, with two black antennae-like ribbons sticking out from the hairband. The Bee Miraculous comb is placed in the upper right side of her head, next to the hairband. The Bee Miraculous holder wears a yellow costume with three black stripes on her torso and two on the upper thigh. Her upper rib cage is covered by black. The sleeves of the costume are also black, which end in fingerless gloves. She carries a small round bag at her hip with three strings of various length, ending in a black and yellow striped bead, hang from the bottom of the bag. Her lower legs are black, starting directly below the second stripe on her thigh. Additionally, she carries a weapon that appears to be a trompo with a pull string.
As a Miraculous holder
Not much is known about the abilities of the Bee Miraculous holder. However, she can yank the pull string on her trompo to send it onto the ground and allow it to spin.
- Her existence was first revealed in 2015 in an illustration by ZAG celebrating MIFA's 30th anniversary.
- The character was later teased in a concept poster for the "ZAG Heroez" franchise that Jeremy Zag posted on his Instagram, the poster showing her lower body and legs.
- The character was teased again by Jeremy Zag in a three-second storyboard video.
- The finished version of the Bee Miraculous holder for the ZAG Heroez poster was released by Jeremy on Instagram, showing the Bee Miraculous holder's face. He also tagged the image with #queenbee, suggesting that Queen Bee might be her name.
- Her identity was revealed to be Chloé at a Miraculous panel at New York Comic Con 2016.
- The Bee Miraculous holder's design changed in many ways from the earliest known concept art of her.
- She didn't tie up her hair, letting it hang loosely, and she had bangs.
- She had a black and yellow striped round cap on the side of her head from which protruded two antennae.
- Her hands were covered with yellow gloves, with the black sleeves ending at a point at the center of the front and back of them.
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