Joanna Plumm is the daughter of Lady Cyrenna Plumm and Lord Ossifer Plumm, and was a handmaiden to Queen Danae Targaryen. She married Harlan Lannett in the fifth era and became the Lady of Nunn's Deep when his father was stripped of the title at King Damon's command. She later became a paramour of King Damon.
Joanna has yellow hair and is noted to be proficient in three languages, six instruments, sewing, painting, and singing. She and Ashara Lannister were girlhood companions during their childhood at the Rock.
Joanna's snobbery toward the other handmaidens made her the Queen's least favorite of her ladies in waiting. After Meredyth Tyrell deliberately informed Queen Danae of Joanna's past relationship with Damon Lannister, the Plumm was sent to the Riverlands to marry Harlan Lannett.
Sixth Era Edit
Joanna and Harlan returned to Nunn's Deep when Harlan's father was stripped of his titles at King Damon's command. Joanna was pregnant at the start of the sixth era.
Seventh Era Edit
"We all put up with things we don’t like to for the sake of our children."
“I don’t have honor, Joffrey, and I find that I have less and less need of it.”
"I was loyal to her. I kept her secrets- from my mother, from my father, from all the little mummers that came to knock at my door and offer me all my heart’s desires in exchange for just one. I could have told them about Talla. I could have told them about her insecurities, her moods, the gifts from Dorne, her unfaithfulness but I did not." - Joanna speaking to King Damon Lannister about Queen Danae Targaryen.
"Joanna is well bred and well educated, but it doesn’t matter how fine a child’s septa is, you can still be born stupid, and no maester can fix that." - Lady Jeyne Lannister speaking to Queen Danae Targaryen
“I didn’t choose Joanna. I never would have chosen Joanna. She’s completely insufferable.” - Queen Danae Targaryen
Ossifer Plumm, father
Cyrenna Plumm, mother
Philip Plumm, brother
Edmyn Plumm, brother
Harlan Lannett, husband
Cynthea Lannett, daughter (deceased)
Byren Lannett, son