Where are the serfs? They are supposed to be here!
This is a family of Nobles. Lord and Lady with the page and lady in waiting. After the fall of Rome, a lot of the West Europe split. They are part of the Franks, one of the groups.
During the Middle ages, the page was a 8 year old boy sent to another noble's house to kind of be a servant. But, it teaches them about manners, dancing, reading, and even to serve food.
For young girls though in the Medieval times, they were taught in the home or nunnery if they could afford it. The girls were taught to read, to do math so when they grow up they have to manage household accounts.
For the ladies, they would oversee the older girls education that were sent to her household. Then, if her husband was absent,she was sent in his place. All whilst looking over the finances and collection of rent. Also, to settle all disputes and supervising the farming. Afterwards, she does housewifely duties.
For the men in the Middle ages, they have to go through a hefty amount to become a lord. First, they have to become a page. Next, they become a squire which causes them to be by the lord's side. Then, a knight after going through a dubbing ceremony lead by Church officials. Lastly, they ask another lord for a fief, a land given to them, and they pay them back.
Then, finally for the men, they become a noble after paying the other lord back. But, that is all part of Feudalism.