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*[[Renesmee Cullen]] (great-granddaughter)
 
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{{quote|Gran had been dead for six years now, so that was solid evidence toward the dream theory.|Bella|New Moon}}
   
'''Marie Higginbotham''' was [[Renée Dwyer]]'s mother, and has been deceased six years prior to the beginning of ''[[New Moon]]'', when Bella was either eleven or twelve. She has a minor but important role in ''New Moon'', because Marie's appearance plays a part in [[Bella Swan|Bella]]'s choice to become a vampire.
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'''Marie Higginbotham''' was [[Renée Dwyer]]'s mother, and had been deceased six years prior to the beginning of ''[[New Moon]]'', when Bella was either eleven or twelve. She has a minor but important role in ''New Moon'', because Marie's appearance plays a part in [[Bella Swan|Bella]]'s choice to become a vampire.
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She is portrayed by [[Christina Jastrzembska]] in the movie adaptation of ''[[New Moon (film)|New Moon]]''.
   
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
According to ''The Twilight Saga: Official Illustrated Guide'', Marie Higginbotham was a difficult, bitter woman but hardworking and loyal. She was divorced from her husband when [[Renée]] was still a child. She never got along with her daughter due to their different personalities. When Renée got married to [[Charlie Swan]], she was sent a photograph of the wedding, but Marie didn't respond. Renée later wrote to Marie, telling her that she was pregnant. Marie sent Renée her own mother's handmade quilt, at which Renée was touched.
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===Early life===
Renée was going through a depression when she left Charlie, and moved back in with her mother. Marie was still difficult but doted on [[Bella]].
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Marie Higginbotham was a difficult, bitter woman but hardworking and loyal. She was divorced from her husband when [[Renée Dwyer|Renée]] was still a child. She never got along with her daughter due to their different personalities. When Renée got married to [[Charlie Swan]], she was sent a photograph of the wedding, but Marie never respond. Renée later wrote to Marie, telling her that she was pregnant. Marie sent Renée her own mother's handmade quilt, at which Renée was touched.
Marie passed away in 1999, when Bella was twelve years old.
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Renée was going through a depressive period when she left Charlie, and moved back in with her mother. Marie was still difficult but doted on her granddaughter, [[Bella Swan|Bella]]. When Bella was six, Renée moved to Phoenix with her and Marie lived alone once again. She passed away in 1999.
   
 
===''New Moon''===
 
===''New Moon''===
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[[File:New-moon-old-bella_610.jpg|thumb|left|200px|Bella as Marie in her dream.]]
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{{quote|Happy birthday, Bella.|[[Edward Cullen|Edward]]|New Moon (film)}}
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The night before her eighteenth birthday, Bella has a dream. In her dream, she is standing across from her grandmother in [[meadow|Edward's meadow]]. Edward comes to stand beside Bella, even though she worries that Gran will see Edward glistening in the sun. Then Bella realizes that Gran has her arm around someone invisible, and that Gran has the same expression Bella has. As Bella moves forward, Marie copies all of her movements, and Bella realizes that it is not her grandmother but herself in the mirror. The dream represents Bella's fear of growing old, while her love, Edward, stays young forever. This makes Bella even more insistent upon being transformed into a vampire, so she can be with Edward eternally.
 
The night before her eighteenth birthday, Bella has a dream. In her dream, she is standing across from her grandmother in [[meadow|Edward's meadow]]. Edward comes to stand beside Bella, even though she worries that Gran will see Edward glistening in the sun. Then Bella realizes that Gran has her arm around someone invisible, and that Gran has the same expression Bella has. As Bella moves forward, Marie copies all of her movements, and Bella realizes that it is not her grandmother but herself in the mirror. The dream represents Bella's fear of growing old, while her love, Edward, stays young forever. This makes Bella even more insistent upon being transformed into a vampire, so she can be with Edward eternally.
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==Physical appearance==
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Marie's skin was described as soft and withered, bent into a thousand tiny creases that clung gently to the bone underneath with thick white hair, which was pale brown in the movie. Her eyes were also brown in the movie.
   
 
==Film portrayal==
 
==Film portrayal==

Latest revision as of 07:28, March 20, 2014

Mariehiggin
Marie Higginbotham
Biographical information
Died

1999

Alias

Gran (by Bella)

Physical description
Species

Human

Gender

Female

Hair color

Pale Brown

Eye color

Brown

Skin color

Pale

Family information
Family members
"Gran had been dead for six years now, so that was solid evidence toward the dream theory."
―Bella[src]

Marie Higginbotham was Renée Dwyer's mother, and had been deceased six years prior to the beginning of New Moon, when Bella was either eleven or twelve. She has a minor but important role in New Moon, because Marie's appearance plays a part in Bella's choice to become a vampire.

She is portrayed by Christina Jastrzembska in the movie adaptation of New Moon.

BiographyEdit

Early lifeEdit

Marie Higginbotham was a difficult, bitter woman but hardworking and loyal. She was divorced from her husband when Renée was still a child. She never got along with her daughter due to their different personalities. When Renée got married to Charlie Swan, she was sent a photograph of the wedding, but Marie never respond. Renée later wrote to Marie, telling her that she was pregnant. Marie sent Renée her own mother's handmade quilt, at which Renée was touched.

Renée was going through a depressive period when she left Charlie, and moved back in with her mother. Marie was still difficult but doted on her granddaughter, Bella. When Bella was six, Renée moved to Phoenix with her and Marie lived alone once again. She passed away in 1999.

New MoonEdit

New-moon-old-bella 610

Bella as Marie in her dream.

"Happy birthday, Bella."
Edward[src]

The night before her eighteenth birthday, Bella has a dream. In her dream, she is standing across from her grandmother in Edward's meadow. Edward comes to stand beside Bella, even though she worries that Gran will see Edward glistening in the sun. Then Bella realizes that Gran has her arm around someone invisible, and that Gran has the same expression Bella has. As Bella moves forward, Marie copies all of her movements, and Bella realizes that it is not her grandmother but herself in the mirror. The dream represents Bella's fear of growing old, while her love, Edward, stays young forever. This makes Bella even more insistent upon being transformed into a vampire, so she can be with Edward eternally.

Physical appearanceEdit

Marie's skin was described as soft and withered, bent into a thousand tiny creases that clung gently to the bone underneath with thick white hair, which was pale brown in the movie. Her eyes were also brown in the movie.

Film portrayalEdit

Christina Jastrzembska

Christina Jastrzembska

Christina Jastrzembska was cast as Marie Higginbotham in the film adaption of New Moon.

AppearancesEdit


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