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Jobal Naberrie was a human female from the planet Naboo. A member of the Naberrie family,[1] she was the mother of Sola Naberrie and Padmé Amidala.[3] Her younger daughter, who was born Padmé Naberrie before assuming the name Amidala, served as queen and later as the representative of their homeworld in the Galactic Senate during final years of the Galactic Republic.[4]

Biography[]

Early life[]

At some point Jobal married a man named Ruwee Naberrie and they had two daughters, named Sola[5] and Padmé Naberrie.[6] When Padmé turned fourteen years, she was elected Queen of Naboo and adopted the name of "Padmé Amidala".[6]

Death of Padmé[]

Three years later, following the end of the Clone Wars and the execution of Order 66, Jobal, Ruwee and Sola attended the funeral of Padmé after her death at Polis Massa.[2]

Personality and traits[]

Jobal Naberrie had brown hair, brown eyes, and light skin.[2]

Equipment[]

During her daughter's funeral, Jobal wore a black robe and black mourning cloak, with the dark tones reflecting the family's sadness and mourning at Amidala's death.[7]

Behind the scenes[]

In deleted scenes for Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones, Jobal Naberrie was established as the mother of Padmé Amidala.[8] She was portrayed by Trisha Noble, who reprised the role for Amidala's funeral in Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith.[source?]

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