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|Anime debut||Lucario and the Mystery of Mew|
|English voice actor||Suzanne Goldish|
|Japanese voice actor||Kumiko Okae|
(Japanese: ジェニー Jenny) is a minor supporting character who appeared in Lucario and the Mystery of Mew. In the English subtitles, she was merely referred to as a nanny. Jenny is a high-ranking servant and confidant to Queen Ilene of Rota.
Jenny watched Rota's annual battle tournament from the royal viewing box. Later, she stood beside Queen Ilene in the throne room and banquet hall as Cameran Palace's guests enjoyed some ballroom dancing.
In the aftermath of Lucario's unexpected arrival during the ballroom dance, Jenny accompanied Queen Ilene to another throne room and explained the legend of Sir Aaron to Ash and his friends. When Max returned from the castle's attic and informed everyone of Mew's appearance and it taking Pikachu, Jenny was not surprised and admitted the Mythical Pokémon was a regular visitor who tended to take old toys back to the Tree of Beginning.
Jenny remained by Queen Ilene's side and watched from Cameran Palace as Ash and the others went to the Tree of Beginning to rescue Pikachu. She also remained by the queen's side when the Tree of Beginning descended into chaos, and later when Ash and his friends returned to the palace.
Jenny is rigorously attentive to old traditions. She made sure that Ash completed his duty as Guardian of the Aura by remaining in his seat and assuming the correct Aura Guardian pose to start the ceremony. She is extremely knowledgeable about the legend of Sir Aaron as well, and knows about the Mew that lives in the Tree of Beginning.
Jenny was shown to have a soft side and commented on Max's adorable costume. She was also showed to be worried about Ash and the others when they were about to commence their journey to retrieve Pikachu.
|Ken Sugimori's design of Jenny|
|Chinese (Taiwan)||潔妮 Jiénī||Transliteration of her Japanese name.|
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