Her age is never stated, though she is believed to be around thirteen to fourteen years old. In the original script of Barrie's book, Peter and Wendy , Wendy asks Peter, towards the end of the book, if he would like to speak to her parents about 'a very sweet subject', implying that she would like him to speak to her parents about someday marrying her. Wendy eventually learns to accept the virtues of adulthood, and returns to London, having decided not to postpone maturity any longer. In a scene presented in the play epilogue When Wendy Grew Up: An Afterthought and , included in the final chapter of Peter and Wendy , Wendy has grown up and married, and has a daughter Jane. Ironically, Wendy finds that this experience brings out her more adult side. Peter and the tribe of Lost Boys who dwell in Neverland want her to be their "mother" a role they remember or understand only vaguely , a request she tentatively accedes to, performing various domestic tasks for them.
Valentina. Age: 28.
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Emory. Age: 31.
Her ambition early in the story is to somehow avoid growing up. According to the novel, the same scenario later plays out between Jane's daughter, Wendy's granddaughter, Margaret. The play states that her husband is one of the former Lost Boys, but not Slightly. Wendy eventually learns to accept the virtues of adulthood, and returns to London, having decided not to postpone maturity any longer.