No. Her dying words were there is still good in him. Obi-Wan didn't tell her what happened after she lost consciousness on
This is confirmed later in the movie when Obi-Wan informs Padme that Anakin killed them. Both are torn apart with hurt and confusion, trying to make sense of something so terrible.
Mike Chen's new Star Wars novel Brotherhood reveals Obi-Wan Kenobi knew about Anakin and Padmé all along - and chose to keep their secret.
Basically the responsibility for Padme's death doesn't fall just to one person. It falls to Darth Sidious, Obi-wan and Anakin.
Anakin does not have even the slightest bit of remorse. By the end, he feels nothing but anger. Although he feels regret for killing Padme, he still helps the evil Emperor. The film ends with Anakins standing side by side with the man on whose behalf he has committed all his crimes.
Can't Stand - Emperor Palpatine. Some would say that Palpatine represented Vader's only friend and companion, but real fans know that this is anything but the case. In many ways, Palpatine enslaved Vader and, over the years, Vader undoubtedly grew to resent his master.
After Padme died, Anakin had already fully committed to the dark side. Even if he still desired to do good, his anger had corrupted him to the point of no return.
The Little Girl
Long story short, she is Padmé's niece, Pooja Naberrie, and was portrayed by Hayley Mooy. If nothing else, you just learned a fun piece of Star Wars trivia.
Overview. After her death in childbirth on Polis Massa, Amidala's body was returned to Naboo for the proper funeral rites. In order to hide the fact that Amidala's twins survived, her body was prepared to still appear pregnant. Her maternal grandmother, Ryoo Thule, oversaw Amidala's funeral, as per Naboo custom.
Queen Apailana was the elected ruler of the Naboo by the end of the Clone Wars. She was the first ruler of the Emperor's home planet of Naboo during the birth of the Galactic Empire. She was seen publicly mourning Senator Padme Amidala at her funeral.
Again, the answer is no. Padme did not cheat on Anakin with Clovis. The two were madly in love with each other. The Clone Wars had an episode called “The Rise of Clovis.” Here, Rush Clovis – Padme's past love interest – has returned and tried to rekindle his relationship with Padme.
Obi-Wan couldn't help wishing Anakin the happiness he had been denied, and therefore, he decided to keep the marriage between Padmé and Anakin a secret.
Obi-Wan likely loved Padmé, but as a friend, not a potential lover. Obi-Wan Kenobi has brought up the questions of Obi-Wan's feelings toward Padmé again, but there's still no confirmation of anything romantic.
The story is Anakin was manipulated to the dark side by Palpatine based on fears of losing Padme and appeals to his desire power and agency, over his life and the galaxy as a whole.
“The tear [on Anakin's face] says that he knows what he's done, but he has now committed himself to a path that he may not agree with… but he is going to go on anyway. It's the one moment that says he's self-aware that he's rationalizing all his behavior.
Darth Vader learned about Padme's death during one of the last scenes of Episode III The Revenge of the Sith, when the newly-proclaimed Emperor Palpatine tells Vader that he killed her in his anger.
After all, keeping Anakin as Darth Vader relied on him believing he killed Padme, so the Emperor needed to make sure no part of the funeral suggested otherwise.
At some point after his transformation into the armored Darth Vader, Amidala's husband, the fallen Jedi Knight Anakin Skywalker came to visit the mausoleum, stricken by grief and remorse for his part in her death.
Leia had none of that zeal, at least not for a singular individual. While Luke focused more and more on his father, Leia remained a rebel for the people. Her father was her enemy. She did not attend his funeral.
During the iconic opening moments of Star Wars: A New Hope, Darth Vader has a tense confrontation with Princess Leia, an adversary who, unknown to him, is actually his daughter. Despite participating in Leia's interrogation, the Sith Lord doesn't uncover his familial connection with the rebellious royal.
Attended by medical droids, Padmé Amidala gave birth to her twins Luke and Leia on Polis Massa. She died and the twins were split up, with Obi-Wan taking Luke to Tatooine and Bail Organa returning home to Alderaan with Leia.
What he did not see, at the time at least, was that Padmé used her last breaths to tell Obi-Wan that she was certain that in regards to her husband, "there's still good in him." Now, those words are set to be revealed to someone other than Darth Vader himself.
The short answer is yes, without a doubt, Vader regretted becoming a cybernetic monstrosity. First, there's the constant pain and discomfort from his suit. Worse, however, is the psychological pain. Vader destroyed everything he had ever known for a chance to save Padme.
Once inside the spiritual realm, Vader went through various trials, but eventually, he found Padmé. All indication was that Vader could have brought her back to life just like Momin did with his body. But Padmé refused to come. She threw herself from a balcony, claiming that she no longer recognized her love.
We go for the more simple answer, further considering the details of the question itself. If Anakin didn't go into that chamber as the Jedi confronted Palpatine, then Mace Windu would have defeated Palpatine, killing him.