Yes, she's quite lovely, isn't she? Docta puella digniorque--I wouldn't have it any other way. Notice, too, how she shapes the entirety of the world to her desires, and all are bettered by it. This is noblesse oblige at its finest: remember what I said earlier about her mission civilitrice? You've pinpointed it exactly. It's also good of you to point out how just how full the royal treasury was. She had ample money, but choose to strain the shopkeeper, who might have then missed his payments to someone else and had his hands chops off by her viscious guards or be thrown into a debtor's prison. Your claims, too, about her rejection of dynastic statecraft are transparently false: why, then, did she fall for Prince Abubu?