|Real Name:||Jean-Philippe Valois-Angoulême|
|Title:|| 1st Baron of Vallie
John Philip Noir un William, Baron of Vallie
|Current Location:||London, England|
|Parents:|| King Francis † (Father) |
Lady Lola † (Mother)
|Family:|| Fredrick Fleming (Uncle) |
|Interests:||Lady Von Amsberg (Engaged)|
|Affiliations:|| Kingdom of France |
|First appearance:||The Plague|
John Philip was born in a barn during The Black Plague outbreak in France in 1558. Soon after his mother Lola gave birth to him, his father King Francis, arrived. Not long after they were all together was it realized the Plague had reached inside the barn, which led the three of them to quickly flee. 
The next day, they were introduced to Louis Condé, a cousin of his fathers. He supplied them with food and water. Once his dehydrated mother was fed, she was able to produce milk to feed him. A few days later, his father decided to keep him and bring him to court. 
Cried for three days from baby colic. His mother stayed by his side the entire time, but he calmed down or tired himself out when his dad came to hold him. 
His dad and mom visited him together for the first time in a couple of weeks.
The Duke of Guise's high treason agents the crown is covered up in light of his murder. King Antoine, King Francis, Queen Mary, Queen Catherine, Marie de Guise, Louis Condé and Lady Lola all attend his funeral.
After The Duke of Guise's funeral, King Francis tells Lola he was looking her her at the Duke's Memorial service. He has good news. The Duke and Duchess Von Amsberg are in town, they're a wealthy, and powerful branch of The Hapsburgs, and have agreed to an engagement between their infant daughter and their son.
On their way back from the safe house, they were kidnapped and taken somewhere against their will. They were eventually found by Lord Narcisse and brought back to Court. It turned out Queen Catherine was behind the whole thing. 
His mother went out to pick his favourite berries for him during his nap. 
Lord Narcisse wants to slip away with Lady Lola, however she declines, informing him King Francis knows about them. He answers that that is a problem, and they will find a solution. Lola tells him she can't do it anymore. Realizing her life belonged to her son, John Philip. She has to think about what's best for him, and she's not sure that's him. As long as Francis has doubts, so will she. Narcisse adds he's raised children of him own, some of them turned out quite well, like Luc Narcisse.
Bruises That Lie
While talking with Lady Lola Elizabeth mentioned how Royals have such a strange sense of family. Her father, King Henry VIII cut off her mother, Anne Boleyn's head. her sister, Mary Tudor jailed her as a threat to her rule. And how Lola had King Francis's bastard son.
With Friends Like These
Elizabeth and Gideon discused the events surrounding Lola's execution. Gideon Blackburn asked if they gain any information in Scotland, but Queen Mary maintained her innocence. Queen Elizabeth said Lola admitted the order came from Mary. Gideon wondered if Lola was wrong, used by someone. Elizabeth added Lord Narcisse was imprisoned in The Tower of London and refused to speak, but John Philip and his nanny were missing. Lola had probably planned an escape for after her death, and they were back in France.
Gideon re-introduced himself to Narcisse. Reminding him they met in France. Gideon says he know why Narcisse was refusing to speak, he's afraid of being implicated in his wife's crime. But he can trust him. Gideon know he wasn't involved and neither was Mary. Insisting Mary would never put a friend in danger like that. Narcisse argued Mary would if her country were at risk. Elizabeth was on the edge of taking Scotland, and Lola would never have done it unless the order came from Mary. However it is soon realized, John's nanny Renee might be involved. Narcisse left little John with her, in hiding, waiting to flee. But if Renee betrayed Lola, and her own queen, they wondered what she might she do to a child left behind, a complication.
Renee told Gideon Blackburn that John Philip, knows him as his mother's friend. But he still calls out for her, he doesn't understands his mom isn't coming back. However she died att he hans of archers soon after.
A Grain Of Deception
Gideon Blackburn visited John Philip with his new nanny. She told him John had trouble falling asleep, and missed his mother, adding he'd lost much. His father, mother, and his last caregiver. They found her with the boy and brought them back to court, but an infection took her strangely quick.
Leaps of Faith
Narcisse and Catherine are reunited at French Court, along with John Philip. Catherine thanked Narcisse for returning John, and promises to protect him, to honour Francis and Lola, and as his stepfather, he would always be in his life. But Narcisse doesn’t want that, John has Lola's eyes and he can't look at him.
- The first and only child to both Lady Lola and King Francis II of France.
- Was conceived in Paris, France at The Burgundy House. 
- Lola was approximately 3 months pregnant when she tried to have an abortion. 
- Born during a Black Plague Outbreak. 
- Lola referred to him as Robert, after her brother until he was officially named Jean-Philippe. 
- Is the Godchild of Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots. 
- Officially recognized by his father, the king of France and titled as a Baron. 
- Involved in a plot against his father, that most likely would have included his murder. 
- Suffered from Baby Colic for approximately 3 days. 
- Engaged to the daughter of The Duke and Duchess Von Amsberg, related to the famous Habsburgs. 
- John Philip is growing and can now sit by himself. 
- Queen Elizabeth sent for him after His mom was arrested for three days. He is now old enough to walk. 
- John Philip is played by at least 3 different babies in The Plague.
- John Philip has been played by approximately 8 different babies as of Getaway.
As the show is moving at a slower pace than real life.
- John Philip is a fictional character as King Francis never had any children.
|The Plague||Drawn and Quartered||Coronation||The Lamb and the Slaughter||Blood for Blood||Three Queens||The Prince of the Blood||Terror of the Faithful||Acts of War||Mercy||Getaway|
|Banished||Sins of the Past||The End of Mourning||Forbidden||Tasting Revenge||Tempting Fate||Reversal of Fortune||Abandoned||Fugitive||The Siege||Burn|
|Three Queens, Two Tigers||Betrothed||Extreme Measures||The Price||In A Clearing||Fight or Flight||The Hound and the Hare||Our Undoing||Wedlock|
|Bruises That Lie||Succession||No Way Out||Strange Bedfellow||To The Death||Safe Passage||Clans||Intruders||Spiders In a Jar|
|With Friends Like These||A Grain Of Deception||Leaps of Faith||Playing With Fire||Highland Games||Love & Death||Hanging Swords||Unchartered Waters|
|Pulling Strings||A Better Man||Dead of Night||The Shakedown||Coup de Grace||A Bride. A Box. A Body.||Blood in the Water||All It Cost Her|
Pages relating to John Philip are the following:
• King Francis • Lady Lola • Lola and Francis
• Kingdom of France • House of Valois • John Philip's Christening
|King:||Charles Valois||Queen:||Catherine de' Medici (Regent)|
|Heir:||Lands:||Kingdom of France|
|Title(s):||King of France · King Charles IX of France|
|Ancestors:||King Francis I Valois of France|
|Current members:||Queen Elisabeth · Princess Claude · Prince Henri · Princess Margaret · Sebastian · |
|Deceased members:||Prince Louis · Princess Henriette · Princess Emone · King Henry · King Francis|