Outspoken, hard-headed, and hard-working, this girl has a heart of gold and the courage of a lion. She doesn't share the same wariness that her older sister has of others, or her younger sister's slight naivety. Keira tends to be direct and to the point, and also extremely happy to have learned that women have far more freedoms in the current day and age than when she was growing up. She has found herself trying to learn to play football as well as shown an interest in quidditch, though mostly she is just happy to have found a job where she can be outside most of the time. Whether it's making repairs, tending the garden, or looking after some of the various familiars and other animals kept on the school grounds, she is content. She can be friendly enough, though there is a hint of a short tolerance for people who are needlessly rude or who make a habit of undoing any of her good work around the grounds. Though, like her sisters, if asked about the disappearance, she has no answer that she will give, and generally just says as much or changes the subject.
Standing at 5'3 and with blue eyes that she shares with her sisters, Keira is not often seen without a smile on her lips, especially if she's outside and in the sun. She gets around wearing typically practically clothing when she is working, but when she's relaxing then she appears to prefer a light sundress or a cropped tank or t-shirt and shorts. The temperature doesn't appear to affect her, whether it's hot or cold, she will wear whatever she feels like. Often enough her smile can become devious or cheeky, and that is when one knows there might be a surprise or prank or some other mischief concocting in her mind, very much a Cheshire Cat grin.
Keira is quite open to making friends, though at the same time she can also judge someone fairly quickly and first impressions are usually important with her. That said, she can come around in time after a bad first impression as well, depending on continued interactions.
Utterly devoted and loving of her family. She will be the first to throw punches if anyone threatened or harmed her sisters.
She never got the chance to start dating before the disappearance, so she's not experienced crushes or the like. Part of her still thinks that men still think they're better than women, but maybe she can be convinced otherwise.
Like her older sister, generally best to try not to aggravate her too much.
What happens when the three daughters of a prominent wizard who moved halfway across the world in the late 1800s suddenly vanish with the mother while the family is on a picnic near strange ancient rock formations that he is studying? Well, the man ends up accused of murdering them all and hung, case closed and only a few people who ever think any further about the strange happening. Witnesses who say they saw the women wandering, others who don't believe for a moment that he could have done something so horrendous. And then the reports of strange eerie noises in the area should someone wander the scrub alone.
Keira was the second born of the daughters, having grown up in a happy and loving family environment, raised by her parents and doted on by her older sister, Rosa. Her father an educated man who had wanted to explore Australia and it's wonders, and her mother a mysterious woman who he had met not long after having moved, though there was nothing seemingly suspicious or worrisome about her. She claimed to have come from Britain as well, and was kind and gentle, adoring the outdoors, which made their union work wonderfully since she was always happy to explore new areas.
The daughters were raised quite similarly, travelling, spending a great deal of time outdoors, and with an affinity for nature, the elements, and animals. They were almost preternaturally beautiful like their mother as well, and Keira was no exception, despite being perhaps more of a tomboy than her older sister, preferring to run around in boy's clothing with her hair hidden under a cap so that she could join in games without being chastised by other girls or their mothers. It changed a little when her sister was kidnapped for a brief time, though, and Keira gained a slight wariness, if also something of a temper when it came to boys and men who thought that they could just treat women as though they were objects. She may have found herself getting into a couple of fights, which made her parents look a little bad, though they were proud of their strong-headed daughter who fought against the norm.
Just like Rosa, Keira was protective of their youngest sister, deciding that she herself was perfectly capable of being able to handle any trouble that came her way. She tended to spend a great deal of time working at the horse ranch of a family friend, tending to their horses and often going for rides as well. She was very much a free spirit compared to her sisters, wild and fearless.
The day of the disappearance would forever remain a mystery though, it seemed. As even with the sudden appearance of the three out-of-place young women, they don't seem to be able to explain what happened, where they were, or whether their mother is still alive. But images from history match up to the faces, and the names, and their recollection of their lives to the point that their father's best friend from back then is doubtless in his belief that they are who they claim. He has taken them in and helped them to try and settle into life, while they try to catch up with the present as well as whatever it was that they aren't telling anyone.