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75th Hunger GamesEdit
Katniss stated that Cecelia was about 30 years old. She was reaped as the female tribute for District 8 in the third Quarter Quell. At the reaping her three children clung to her, refusing to let her go, something which Katniss remembered later in the Games. Effie expressed dismay and commented "Oh, not Cecelia" when she was chosen, possibly indicating that Effie feels sympathy towards Cecelia because of her three children.
In the books, she wasn't described during the chariot rides. In the film adaption, she's seen behind the District 10 tributes when Finnick comes to talk to Katniss. Cecelia is seen wearing a long black dress with large white wires on her shoulders.
In training, it is revealed that her fellow tribute from District 8, Woof, stayed fairly close to her. They eventually invited Katniss to the bug station, who tried asking them about the uprising in District 8, but changed her mind at the last second. Her motherly instincts caused Katniss to want to become her ally.
Cecelia's outfit seems to be a grinding combination integrating red and black with design circulars in the interviews. Cecelia joined hands with the other twenty-three tributes as a sign of rebellion at the end of the interviews.
Katniss was dismayed by her death and grieves for her, the male morphling and Seeder later that night. She remembers Cecelia's removal at the time of the Reaping.
Cecelia had three children at home by the time of the third Quarter Quell who were very upset to see their mother going into the Games. The children's names and gender are unknown. The father or fathers of those children as well as her husband if any are also unknown.
Cecelia was described as being around thirty or so, and was one of the younger victors. She has a very motherly physique.
- Cecelia probably won the 55th-61st Hunger Games, since Katniss said she was around 30.
- Cecelia is the only known victor who had children before the end of the Hunger Games. Katniss, Peeta and Annie had children after the war.
- Effie seems to have pity for her and she was the only victor who seemed to have this affection from Effie, apart from Katniss and Peeta.
- In the film, Cecelia seems to be elsewhere during the interview. She doesn't raise her arms completely and her face was deeply sad, maybe because she feared that Snow would be able to kill her children.
- In the film, neither Cecelia nor Woof are seen during the Fallen broadcast on the first night of the Games, as their faces are replaced with Katniss, Peeta, Finnick, and Mags' saddened expressions towards the deceased.