|Yvette Carte Blanche|
|Aliases||Women of the streets|
|Appearances||Season 1-9 Return of Allo Allo|
|Job/Position||Waitress/Prostitute/Mistress of Rene Artois|
|Affiliation||Collaborator (French Resistance)|
|Portrayed by||Vicki Michelle|
Yvette Carte-Blance is a main character in 'Allo 'Allo, and works as the head waitress in Café René, originally alongside Maria Recamier and later Mimi Labonq. She is passionately in love with Rene and is found kissing and hugging him nearly every episode. She would do anything for the only man she could ever love.
Yvette mainly works as a waitress in Café René, attending to the needs of French locals and German Officers and giving out drinks. She also works infrequently behind the bar.
- "Ohhhh René!" - Primary catchphrase
Her passionate Romance with Rene Artois. Rene Artois is Yvette's True Love, many times throughout the series she is asking him to leave his wife Edith and be with her. Rene ( having been shot "dead") explains to her that he must remarry his wife to get his café back than he would leave her to marry Yvette. She has a fierce protective streak with Rene and would do anything to be with him. In the "Dungeon" episode when Rene (dressed as a girl) by the resistance and captured by Herr Flick along with the Captain and Col . Yvette crawls through the drains to see Rene and to give him his rings that contain the poison pills. She tells him that she would "I have saved a pill for myself, I cannot live without you". she would willingly die with Rene if he took the poison pills. Many scenes in the show focus on the "Romance" between them. If left alone without Rene it just kills her. Yvette's strength comes from Rene and their love for eachother. When nearly interrogated by Madam Edith Yvette says "How could you think of such a thing, of course not." easily doping her with such a flimsy excuse. Rene and Yvette's love soon results in a "Bun in the Oven". and a foiled secret wedding. But it is stated that the "child" was just a fluke due to a frog and a wrong pregnancy sample.