Freya, the Ice Queen in The Huntsman: Winter’s War (2016) Although she is portrayed as a Villain, she demonstrates her kind heart at the end of the film by expressing her love for her 'huntsmen'. I like the idea of focusing on love that does not come from a man.
Princess Elaena Targaryen was the fifth and youngest child of Aegon III and Daenaera. Locked away along with her two sisters. Was married for three times (to Ossifer Plum, Ronnel Penrose and Michael Manwoody) and had a total of seven children, five by two of her husbands and two born out of wedlock (fathered by her cousin and lover Alyn Velaryon).
Prince Daeron Targaryen, sometimes referred to as Daeron the Drunken, was the eldest son of Maekar I. Maester Aemon served at Daeron's keep until Daeron died of a pox he caught from a whore. He left one feeble-witted daughter as issue
King Daeron I, known as the Young Dragon, was the eldest son of Aegon III and the eighth Targaryen king to sit the Iron Throne from 157-161AC. He ascended to the throne at the age of fourteen and is famous for conquering Dorne, which he wrote about in his Conquest of Dorne.
The Greens from The Princess and the Queen by Enife. Aegon II Targaryen, Helaena Targaryen, Jaehaerys Targaryen, Jaehaera Targaryen, Maelor Targyen, Alicent Hightower, Aemond Targaryen, Daeron Targaryen, Otto Hightower, Ser Criston Cole, Tyland Lannister, Jasper Wylde, Larys Strong and Grand Maester Orwyle.
Daenys Targaryen, also known as Daenys the Dreamer, was the daughter of Lord Aenar Targaryen. She was born in Valyria and had prophetic dreams (like Prince Daeron Targaryen and Daemon II Blackfyre). She saw the Doom of Valyria and warned her father, who relocated his family to Dragonstone, despite the jokes from the other lords. That's why the Targaryens are the only family of dragonlords that survived the cataclysm.