Angel is a thin woman with purple hair that sticks out to the right and left. She wears an open light green jacket as well as a darker green coat wrapped around her neck, and her chest is mostly exposed, with only a short pink tube top around her breasts. She wears a very short pink fur skirt and long pink boots that go up to her knees.
In her anime debut, she has light brown hair and she wears a purple tube top, purple fur skirt, and a white jacket.
Abilities and PowersEdit
As an officer of the Big Mom Pirates, Angel has authority over lower-ranking members of her crew. Her combat powers and abilities are unknown, but she is presumably strong as she is an officer of an Emperor-led crew.
Angel possesses a strong will, being able to withstand a burst of Big Mom's Haoshoku Haki and remain conscious from her loud scream.
Whole Cake Island ArcEdit
Angel attended the wedding between Charlotte Pudding and Sanji. During the wedding, the Fire Tank Pirates and Straw Hat Pirates attempted to assassinate Big Mom, but failed, and Angel was among the Big Mom Pirates as they besieged Capone Bege. The Big Mom Pirates were on the verge of victory, but Big Mom's Tamatebako exploded after falling off the Whole Cake Chateau, causing the Chateau and everyone on it to fall to the ground far below. However, the Big Mom Pirates' falls were broken when Streusen turned part of the Chateau into cake.
Wano Country ArcEdit
When Big Mom tried to infiltrate Wano Country, Angel accompanied her mother and crew as they attempted to climb the waterfall into the country on the Queen Mama Chanter. However, just before they reached the top of the waterfall, King attacked the ship, causing the ship to fall off the waterfall and Big Mom to fall into the sea.
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Anime and Manga DifferencesEdit
During the Big Mom Pirates' assault on Wano Country, Angel is not seen in the manga accompanying her mother. She is only seen alongside her siblings in the anime.
- Angel's name is possibly a reference to the American Angel food cake or the British Angel cake, fitting with the food-themed names of the Charlotte Family.