Beatriz Fernández de Lugo y de la Cruz (1476-1537) was a wealthy Brunanter noblewoman. Born to the famous Spanish conquistador Alonso Fernández de Lugo and his wife Clara de la Cruz, she was a famous tailor and was famous in Grijzestad. She was known for bringing Spanish style into Brunant.
Lady Beatriz was born in Tenerife. Her father was Adelantados of The Canary Islands. Her mother was Clara de la Cruz, a Castillian noblewoman. She had a brother Pedro Fernández de Lugo, who also was Adelantados of The Canary Islands.
Following her father's death, Pedro exiled her to Spain in order to prevent fragmentation of land for inheritance. She decided to then move to Brunant.
She remained unmarried for the whole of her life. Alonso planned to be her married to another noble, however, his death brought the attempt to closure.
Death and legacyEdit
Beatriz was buried at the Grijzestad. The Church members called her a saintly soul who faced alienation by their loved ones.