Dia's mother Araceli Palomo-Cervantes and Thanatos. They met at Dias de los Muertos. (Where Dia gets her name) Thanatos saw her and instantly fell in love. She looked so beautiful with marigolds (or Cempasuchils as they're own in Mexico) in her hair, the traditional skeleton face-paint, her kind dark eyes and bright smile. And she wasn't afraid of him. In Mexico, on Dias de los Muertos, no one was.