Frigga shared history with her counterpart from Earth-199999 up until the arrival of Jane Foster to Asgard. After Jane was discovered to have the Aether inside of her, Odin allowed her to stay for a time, and Frigga with a group of Asgardian ladies showed Jane to her chambers. On her way back, Frigga spotted her son Thor sneaking around and quickly realized that he was not the Thor that she knew, but instead another version of him from the future, who accompanied by Rocket time-traveled into the past of 2013, seeking to retrieve the Reality Stone from Jane in order to use it to undo the Decimation caused by Thanos in their timeline. Dealing with depression and grief, Thor shared his burdens with her mother, who comforted him and aided him with counsel, helping Thor regain a measure of himself. Thor also tried to warn Frigga of her imminent death, as on that same day his mother was killed by Malekith in his timeline, but Frigga refused to accept his knowledge of the future, confident to face her fate on her own terms. Meanwhile, Rocket was able to successfully extract the Reality Stone from Jane, and before they returned back to 2023, Thor also borrowed Mjolnir from his younger self, although Captain America later returned to 2013 and returned both Mjolnir and the Aether to their proper place.[1]


The same as her Earth-199999 counterpart.


The same as her Earth-199999 counterpart.

Rene Russo portrays Frigga in Avengers: Endgame, reprising her role from Thor and Thor: The Dark World.

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