Wú-zhǔ Quán’s Lady Wáng was a Lángyé woman. (1)
- (1) Wúshū states: The lady’s father was named Lújiǔ.
The lady was selected to enter the palace, and during Huángwǔ [222-229] received favor, bore [Sūn] Hé , and received affection second only to Lady Bù. After the Lady Bù died and Hé was established as Heir-Apparent, [Sūn] Quán was about to enthrone the lady as empress, but [his daughter] Princess Quán had always hated the lady, and subtly slandered and defamed her. When Quán was very ill, he was told that she had a happy expression, and so Quán was deeply enraged, and she died in anxiety.
When Hé’s son Hào was enthroned, he bestowed posthumous title on the lady as Dà-Yì Huánghòu “Admirable Empress,” and gave fief to her three younger brothers all as full marquises.