Jennifer "Jenny" Lee is a nurse. She began at Nonnatus House before eventually transferring to work at a nursing home.

Appearance Edit

Short brown curly hair, prim and proper. Rarely seen out of uniform, Jenny is always immaculately presented. Avoids slacks when she can.

Personality Edit

Jenny is trusting and loving, yet sensible at heart. Always a safe pair of hands, she is a popular and friendly member of Nonnatus House.

Biography Edit

Pre-Series Edit

Jenny trained and worked as a nurse before working at Nonnatus House as a midwife.

Series 1 Edit

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Series 2 Edit

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Series 3 Edit

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Later Life Edit

After caring for Chummy's dying mother, Jenny decided she wanted to change careers and work with those at the end of their lives, and announced she would be leaving Nonnatus House and midwifery behind to take up a position as a staff nurse at the Maria Sklodowska Curie Hospital in Hampstead. It was around this time that she met Philip Worth, her future husband who accompanied her as she cycled away from Nonnatus House for the last time.

Relationships Edit

Family Edit

Jenny's family is never mentioned.

Friends Edit

Jenny's friends include fellow midwives Trixie, Cynthia, Chummy and Patsy. Plus, colleagues Patrick Turner and Shelagh Turner, auxiliary nurse Jane Sutton and caretaker Fred. She also works with the Nuns of Nonnatus House including Sister Evangelina, Sister Julienne, Sister Monica Joan and Sister Winifred.

Love Interests Edit

She also had a close friendship with her old friend and former love interest, Jimmy.

She had a relationship with Jimmy's friend, Alec Jesmond, before he died after falling through an old staircase at his workplace.

She marries a scot called Philip Worth. We only see him briefly, as he appears in young Jenny's last episode.

Patients Edit

Some of her patients include Mary and Pearl Wilson.

Trivia Edit

Quotes Edit

"I must have been mad. I could have been an air hostess. I could have been a model. I could have moved to Paris, or been a concert pianist. I could have seen the world, been brave, followed my heart. But I didn't. I sidestepped love and set off for the East End of London because I thought it would be easier. Madness was the only explanation."
- Mature Jenny ruminating on her decision to become a midwife.

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