Ingrid was engaged to the prince, but there was one thing she was unhappy about. The prince was extremely fickle, and this personality trait had caused trouble countless times. To make matters worse, one incident caused the entire kingdom to be dragged into the uproar. He had asked a witch to turn him into a "ladies' man." This ridiculous act was unprincely and unforgivable. Ingrid fretted over the insensitive prince's actions, until as last she snapped.
See Ingrid, Jealous Babe.
Ingrid is a Scandinavian, German and English feminine given name. It continues the Old Norse name Ingiríðr meaning "Ing is beautiful", which was a short form of Ingfríðr, composed of the theonym Ing and the element fríðr "beloved; beautiful" common in Germanic feminine given names. The first element Ing refers to a Germanic god of fertility, who was also known as Ingui or Yngvi.