Shepseheret is an Ancient Egyptian Queen who is Merenkahre's wife and Ahkmenrah and Kahmunrah's mother. However, her older son, Kahmunrah from Night at the Museum 2 is never mentioned in this film. She is a supporting character in Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb . and she is only seen in the third movie.
Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb
After the gang from NYC reaches the British Museum and makes their way to the Egyptian Wing, Ahkmenrah has a coming home sensation. Two brilliant sarcophagi are seen with the lids tossed aside. Shepseheret emerges and calls to her son. She is the queen of Egypt, but it still very kind and sweet. She adores her son, Ahkmenrah, and seems like she would do anything for him.
- In the second movie, she was mentioned along with her husband by Kahmunrah that they always gave Ahkmenrah the best of everything including the throne, which he thought in his opinion was rightfully his since he was the eldest.
- Kahmunrah also mentions in an early version of the script that his mother put him into a basket and tried to get him to float down the river to a new family, when he was 27.