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Charlotte Christy Adelaide McSell-Pickles

Charlotte Pickles

Charlotte Pickles
October 14th, 1957 (age 57)
CEO of Mega Corp. (former), CEO of C.C.A. McSell-Pickles House of Fashion (now, fashion designer)
Talking on her cell phone, working
Drew Pickles (husband)
Angelica Pickles (daughter)
Didi Pickles (sister-in-law)
Stu Pickles (brother-in-law)
Lou Pickles (father-in-law)
Trixie Pickles (mother-in-law; deceased)
Lulu Pickles (Stepmother-in-law)
Tommy and Dil Pickles (nephews)
Jonathan (occasionally)
First Appearance
Slumber Party (first mentioned, Rugrats, 1991) The Santa Experience (first appearance, Rugrats, 1992)
Last Appearance
Charlotte Christy Adelaide McSell-Pickles (born October 14th, 1957) is Angelica's somewhat insane, powerhouse, workaholic mother, and the wife of Drew Pickles. Charlotte can be loud, abrasive, and a bit rude, and is she is easily distracted by work, but tries to be a stern mother. She loves her daughter and wants her to be a strong, independent and beautiful woman like her. She is almost always seen talking on her cell phone to Jonathan, her assistant, or another business client. Angelica deeply loves and respects her mother, wanting to be just like her. She is voiced by Tress MacNeille.
Tress MacNeille

Tress MacNeille.


Aside from being Drew's wife and Angelica's mom, Charlotte is also the CEO of a major corporation called Mega Corp, and is overworked. Even though Charlotte usually doesn't have much time for Angelica, and usually spends most of her time on the phone or working, she really does love Angelica.

Even though Charlotte, like Drew, spoils Angelica, she's not a pushover like Drew tends to be, and it's been implied (and shown) that when Charlotte's properly focused on her parenting, she's the more stern parent and capable of actually disciplining Angelica without hesitating to do so, whereas Drew has a tendency to hesitate when trying to discipline their daughter.

All Grown Up!

Charlotte Pickles has aged a bit in the 10 years since their "darling little angel" Angelica was just a 3 year old girl. Charlotte had cosmetic surgery, which is proved in Interview With a Campfire, as she is seen with many different bandages on her face. She's been the C.E.O. (Chief Executive Officer) of Mega Corporation until season 4, which she loses her seat by her ex-assistant Jonathan Kraskell (in All Grown Up!, he seemed to be a C.E.O. too like Charlotte). After losing her job, she had been going crazy until she found out Dil's game is "impatience". Inglorious, she tried to help Dil, but didn't know that she had been aggressive.



Charlotte has peach skin and a pair of white eyes with black pupils. She has purple eyeshadow and red lipstick, blonde hair in a ponytail and wears a blue business suit with matching high-heels.

All Grown Up!

In All Grown Up!, Charlotte has gotten some obvious plastic surgery or botox, pulling her face into a permanent smile. The plastic surgery does little in making her look younger, and in fact, does the opposite. She has blonde hair in a ponytail, red diamond earrings, and wears lipstick. She wears a red business suit with a white shirt, and wears blue high-heels. In season 2, Charlotte looks like the other characters, as she's a bit different and more beautiful than what she looks like in season 1. In some episodes, she appears with a blue and light blue business suit and wears gold and diamond earrings.


You can find the Charlotte Pickles gallery here.


Charlotte has appeared in many episodes of Rugrats and All Grown Up!. Her first appearance was in The Santa Experience, while her last appearance in the Rugrats series was in Fountain Of Youth. Her first appearance in All Grown Up! was in the pilot episode, All Growed Up, with her final appearance being the episode All Broke Up.


  • In the All Grown Up! pilot episode All Growed Up, Charlotte looks the same as she did in Rugrats.
  • In the Rugrats episode Angelica's Birthday, it's revealed that Angelica's maternal grandmother (Charlotte's mother) is still alive, and that she sent Angelica a birthday card and present. Neither of Charlotte's parents make an appearance in the franchise, and it's unknown if Charlotte's father is still alive. It's also unknown if Charlotte has any siblings of her own.
  • Charlotte and Drew's lawyer is Mr. Hershowitz, as seen in Pickles vs. Pickles.
  • Charlotte's seen as a baby in Jonathan Babysits.
  • Charlotte and Drew went to Hawaii for their honeymoon.
  • Charlotte was Cleopatra in Be My Valentine.
  • Charlotte gives a speech at the Moon Goddess Festival in Daddy's Little Helpers.
  • Charlotte thinks that Angelica's first steps were because she wanted to hug her mother, but the truth is that Angelica walked because she saw a cookie in A Step At A Time.
  • Charlotte isn't from the countryside, as revealed in The Perfect Twins.
  • Charlotte got a promotion and changed her hairstyle in Babies In Toyland.
  • Charlotte makes her first public appearance after her cosmetic surgery in Brother, Can You Spare the Time?.
  • Charlotte owns Yu-Gotta-Go cards, as seen in Yu-Gotta-Go.
  • Charlotte makes another appearance with different clothes and a light blue business suit in It's Karma, Dude!.
  • In Angelica's Worst Nightmare, she and Drew got really excited when they thought that Charlotte was pregnant again, so it's possible they may have wanted to have more kids besides Angelica.
    • However, by the end of the episode, their doctor told them that Charlotte wasn't actually pregnant. There are a few theories as to why Charlotte wasn't pregnant:
      • Charlotte could've had miscarriage, or at the very least, a chemical pregnancy, a very early miscarriage that happens before anything can be seen on an ultrasound (a sperm had fertilized the egg, but the egg fails to survive).
      • She could've had a "phantom pregnancy," which is where a woman exhibits pregnancy-like symptoms when she isn't actually pregnant. It's more common in animals than humans, and in humans, it tends to be more psychological than physical.
      • She could've misread or done her pregnancy incorrectly, which resulted in a false-positive. After all, Charlotte did say that she was going to the doctor to have an official test done.
        • However, Charlotte could've also realized that even when done correctly, at-home pregnancy tests aren't always completely accurate when it comes to predicting whether or not a woman is actually pregnant.

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