|“||You were careless to lead them back here. Though there is nothing to be done about it now but to fight.||„|
|“||With each victory, I grow even stronger!||„|
|~ Yueying's victory quote.|
Huang Yueying (in Chinese: 黃月英), also known as Lady Huang (in Chinese: 黃夫人), is one of the minor protagonists in the 14th-century Chinese classic novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms by the late Luo Guanzhong, and its multiple adaptations. She is a daughter of Huang Chengyan, and the wife of Zhuge Liang.
Huang Yueying was known to considered very gifted. To make the men admire her for her ability, not her looks, she spread the rumor that she was unattractive. The only man who courted her was Zhuge Liang. He was while to married her before he joined Liu Bei. It is noteworthy that Zhuge Liang had no other wives or concubines in his life, though this was a common practice among powerful men of his time.
Huang Yueying was gave Zhuge Liang's son, Zhuge Zhan. Yueying was also the step-mother of Zhuge Qiao whom Zhuge Liang had adopted. Yueying also died after Zhuge Liang's death shortly before the battle of Wuzhang Plains.
Yueying is a collected individual. Intelligent and elegant, she appreciates the value of patience and planning. Though their marriage was arranged, she genuinely loves her husband and that will do everything in her power to help shoulder his burden. To her friends and loved ones, she is quite generous and can be quite nurturing to younger people. Despite her composure, Yueying has been shown to be quite sarcastic at times and will openly chastise those whom act selfishly or insensitively. She is also has little patience for those whom underestimate her and chauvinistic attitudes in general. Yueying was takes a great pride in her skills and learned abilities.
- Yueying also appears as a playable character in the Dynasty Warriors series.