Hera is the Goddess of childbirth, women, and family. She is the Queen of gods. She is the wife of Zeus, and Sister of Zeus, Poseidon, Hades, Hestia, and Demeter. Her Roman counterpart is Juno.
Parents and Siblings
Hera is the Daughter of Kronos and Rhea. Her siblings are Zeus, Poseidon, Hades, Demeter, and Hestia.
Because Hera is the Goddess of Family, she can not cheat or have an affair because she is the one who keeps peace in the family. So she is stuck as the Wife of Zeus, who she married to cover her shame.
One day, Hera saw a injured peacock. She took pity for it and held it to her chest. That peacock was actually Zeus in disguise. So, suddenly, Zeus appeared back in his normal form and raped Hera. To cover her shame, Hera married Zeus, becoming Queen of gods.
One day, Hera became furious and wanted revenge, so her and other gods got together and drugged/poisoned Zeus's Food/Ambrosia. He passed out and they chained him up. When Zeus awoken, he was furious. And Briaries, The Hundred Handed One, got him loose. So Zeus hung Hera in chains from Olympus, which heard Hera's weeping and cries all night.
Unfortunately, Hera doesn't have any demigod children, sorry!
- Hephaestus(Only in some myths)