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Wendy, the eldest, not only believed. She was the supreme authority on Peter Pan and all his marvelous adventures.
— The Narrator[src]

Wendy Moira Angela Darling is a human girl from London whom Peter Pan brought to Never Land. Tinker Bell loathed Wendy because of the attention Peter gave her, and even tried to kill her by tricking the Lost Boys into shooting her. (Peter Pan)

It was Wendy's relationship with Peter and Tinker Bell's ensuing heartbreak that drove her back to Pixie Hollow in the books, although in the films Wendy was still a young child and neither one of them had met Peter yet.

Appearances[]

Peter Pan (1953)[]

Her father tells her that its time to grow-up which devastates both her, her mother, and her brothers. Peter Pan then comes and teaches them how to fly then takes them away to Never Land. Which makes Tinker Bell so jealous that she tricks the Lost Boys to shoot at her, almost killing her. Peter then takes her to the Mermaid Lagoon, where the mermaids bully her and almost drown her. He then saves Tiger Lily from Captain Hook making her jealous when Peter pays more attention to her at the Indian Camp. She then tells her brothers and the Lost Boys that it's time to leave, then Captain Hook captures them. Right when Wendy walks off the plank, Peter comes and saves them. Peter takes control of the ship and takes them home, the Lost Boys didn't come because they weren't ready yet.

Return to Neverland (2002)[]

Wendy grew up married to Edward, giving birth to two new children, Jane, and Danny. While Edward went to fight against Nazis for freedom at the 2nd World War, Jane was kidnapped by James Hook and his crew, mistaking her for her mother, and so did Peter Pan who rescued her from an Octopus. But in the end Wendy was reunited with Jane who returned form Neverland. In fact, when she was reunited with Peter Pan, he is distraught that she has grown up, but she assures him that she hasn't changed, despite being an adult now. She is last seen reuniting with Edward, who has returned home from the war with the Wehrmacht defeated and their focus now on the Soviet Union and the Red Army instead of Britain.

Tinker Bell (film)[]

Tinker Bell fixes a music box, when she returns it on her visit to Mainland it turns out to be Wendy's. She then goes to show it to her mother, Mary Darling.

Quotes[]

Wendy: "Mommy! Guess what? Guess what?"

Mary: "Yes, Wendy? What is it, darling?"

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