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A one-time villain from the animated series, Totally Spies!, who was in the episode, Queen for a Day.
The younger sister of Queen Tassara, the queen regnant of African nation of Lyrobia, and next in line for the throne after her sister. Initially, Princess Makeda seemed very kind and genuinely concerned for her sister's safety after a kidnapping attempt with an anti-gravity ray was made on Tassara.
After Sam, Clover and Alex were sent to Lyrobia to protect Queen Tassara, the queen and Princess Makeda explained that she (Tassara) was planning on signing a war-ending peace treat with the King of the neighboring African nation of Kenyopia---the war between the two countries had been going for twenty years.
When Clover (disguised as Queen Tassara) and Princess Makeda were kidnapped, Sam and Alex go to rescue her along with the queen, who felt it was her fault that Makeda had also been kidnapped. However, it later turned that Princess Makeda was actually behind the whole thing. The evil princess explained to her and the spies that she wanted to prevent her sister from signing the war-ending peace treaty with the King of Kenyopia and had struck a deal with general of the Kenyopian military to sell her anti-gravity weapons to make sure they won the war. If Kenyopia had won the war, Princess Makeda would've been the queen of both countries, implying that they had also planned on dethroning the King of Kenyopia.
Fortunately, the spies and Queen Tassara managed to stop Princess Makeda and the people in on her plan and have them sent to prison. Sam, Clover and Alex also get Queen Tassara to sign the peace treaty with King of Kenyopia in time as well.
- Princess Makeda looks almost identical to Princess Jasmine from the Aladdin-franchise.
- She's one of the few Totally Spies!-villains to have a non-revenge theme as motivation for her crimes.