She is the personification of grace and soft-spoken dignity.
Her beauty is spoken of throughout this portion of the empire. Indeed, rumors abound of courtly liasons with various nobles from throughout the kingdom, or travelling artists of renown. But Ti Wren always acts with decorum and propriety in public, and if the rumors are true, no one dares attempt to prove it.
Her official duties are light, though she does preside over the Court of Distinction. She rarely makes direct judgements herself, but always has a word of praise for each of the pieces shown.
Her son, Ti Jun, is said to favor his father more than his mother, but her loving devotion to him is unquestionable.