|Queen Helena of Eshein|
|Queen Helena in 2016|
|Born||16 May 1946, New Tyrrin, Noy Tyrrin, Eshein|
|Other Names||Helena Angela Margaret Halensk-Kelter|
|Residence||New Tyrrin, Noy Tyrrin, Eshein|
|Relatives||King Owneheym III (father)|
Arlent Halensk II (brother)
Helena Angela Margaret Halensk, (Eshein: ['hɛlɛnæ], Ingerish: ['hɛlænɑː]) Mostly known as "Queen Helena" (born may 18, 1846 New Tyrrin, Eshein) is the reigning monarch of the Kingdom of Eshein since 1979. Queen Helena resides in the Langervynterr palace located in the Eshen capital, New Tyrrin with her husband, the King consort, Rikard Kelter. Her son, Prince Maykel, is presumed to be her successor.
Helena is the daughter of King Owneheym III and his wife, Queen consort Victoria Kükgler, and she has tree little siblings; Prince Arlent, Princess Luyz and Prince Robert.
Queen Helena is married to Rikard Kelter since July 9, 1968. The couple had two weddings, the formal one in the New Tyrrin cathedral and a privet one in Kelter's hometown of Brayden, Fyordberayk. In 1971, after they welcomed their first child, Prince Maykel, Helena was granted the title "Lady of Fyordberayk" (the title of the first person in the line of succession and is a parent) and the couple move to the royal residence in Firen.