Fleur de Lis
Fleur De Lis
Other names Fleur Dis Lee
Kind Unicorn
Sex Female

Fleur de Lis is an originally unnamed supporting character from the episode Sweet and Elite who is manifestly Fancy Pants’ girlfriend/wife. This white and pink unicorn has a very specific design, similar to the two winged unicorn princesses, and three fleurs-de-lis as cutie mark. Because of her beauty, she is shown by the MLP community as a model.

Depiction in fandom

Fleur is widely considered to be a stereotypical "trophy wife", as she has been depicted as a classic snobby aristocrat, always agreeing and siding with Fancy Pants. This is because of the fact that she's only had one line; the rest of the scene she's in is just her leaning against Fancy Pants. Like Fancy Pants, she marvels at Rarity's connections to Princess Celestia.


In fan art, she is normally shown with Fancy Pants, embracing him and sometimes being a little too grabby with him. If not, she is lounging, sometimes with liquor or on a posh-looking bed. In more mature fan labor, she is seen sleeping with plenty of stallions, and sometimes with mares. In a similar theme, Fancy Pants is sometimes seen as a pimp, making Fleur a prostitute by association.[citation needed]

Other stories portray Fleur and Fancy Pants as a loving couple.[1]

In at least one story, Fleur is portrayed as Fancy Pants' sister rather than his wife or girlfriend.[2]

Aside from Fancy Pants, she is occasionally shipped with Rarity[citation needed] or Fluttershy.[2]

Special talent

Since Fleur's cutie mark is a fleur-de-lis, a symbol meaning multiple things, her talent has been speculated to be a number of different things, including:

  • Art, perhaps a fashion designer or model
  • Leadership
  • Beauty
  • Political affairs
  • Talent scouting, meaning she could have a keen eyes for fashion among other things
  • Creativity
  • Intellect, specializing in strategy or such things as above

External links


  1. RealityCheck. Nightmare Night and Nyx. Retrieved on 2015 July 8.
  2. 2.0 2.1 zyr1987. It Started With a Look. Retrieved on 2015 July 8.