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"He'll be safe with me."
―Dormé, referring to Captain Typho[2]

Dormé was a Human female from Naboo and one of the most devoted handmaidens of Padmé Amidala during the former Queen's time as the Senatorial representative of the Chommell sector in the Galactic Senate.


"It's not me, M'Lady. I worry about you. What if they realize you've left the capital?"
―Dormé, to Padmé Amidala[2]


While on Coruscant with Padmé Amidala in the leadup to voting on the Military Creation Act, Dormé noticed the growing affection between the Senator and the Jedi Padawan Anakin Skywalker as she watched from the sidelines.[1]

When Senator Amidala was forced to flee the Galactic Republic capital with Skywalker and R2-D2, Dormé remained behind, along with Captain Gregar Typho, in order to maintain the illusion that Padmé was still on the planet and thus throw off further assassination attempts.[2]

Though fellow handmaidens Cordé and Versé had perished during an earlier attempt on the Senator's life, Dormé was willing to put her duty before her own safety in order to act as a decoy for the former monarch during the last days of peace before the beginning of the Clone Wars.[2]

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Dormé was portrayed by Australian actress Rose Byrne in Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones.[2] Though not actually visible in the film, Dormé was scripted to have quietly laughed during Anakin Skywalker's outburst of frustration while Padmé Amidala packed to depart from Coruscant.[1]



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