Who are they?
Cléopatre and Aeronwen are highly sociable women who drift through life with ease. Eager to please, they are charming, refined, spontaneous and conciliatory creatures. Nevertheless, they are also rather changeable, and with such fabulous virtues (kindness, helpfulness, enthusiasm and tact...), one might have guessed that their vices wouldn't be skimpy either (impulsiveness, quick-temper, excess and a harsh manner...). Obviously, the expression of these qualities (and foibles) depends upon the way they feel at any given moment, their level of motivation and their personal agenda. Effectively, when they really want something they will do anything to make sure that they get it, whether it be through stubbornness or seduction. Cléopatre and Aeronwen are independent women who don't appreciate restriction. They enjoy tasting life's pleasures, adventure and discovery. They need to feel passionately about something, and when their enthusiasm is aroused they can be hyperactive and overexcited... But when they are demotivated they can just as easily be disenchanted, indolent or even downright lazy... In the same way, they alternate between a certain fussiness in one specific area and complete laxity in another. They are therefore capable of spending hours in the bathroom tarting themselves up, while neglecting the housework and other more boring day to day chores. As little girls, Cléopatre and Aeronwen are lively, demonstrative, affectionate and extremely attached to their family. Their parents should be aware of the extent to which they have an influence on their personality. They could just as easily reveal themselves to be responsible, independent and resourceful - if the family environment is harmonious - or rebellious and argumentative if they don't feel loved enough.