Lady Florence Craye, only daughter of Percy, Earl of Worplesdon,
thereby becoming stepdaughter to Bertie Wooster's
Aunt Agatha about eighteen months before Joy in the Morning. First
appears in Disentangling Old Percy, where she is head of the household at
Eaton Square and the terror of her brothers Edwin, ten
years her junior, and Percy, sixteen years her junior. Author
of Spindrift, engaged to practically everybody at some time or
another: Bertie Wooster in Jeeves Takes Charge,
Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit, and Aunts Aren't Gentlemen,
Stilton Cheesewright in Joy in the Morning and Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit, Percy Gorringe in Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit,
Ginger Winship in Much Obliged, Jeeves and Aunts Aren't Gentlemen, Boko Fittleworth, and
an unnamed jockey: England is strewn with ex-fiances whom
she bounced because they did not come up to her
expectations. Her eyes are bright and black, and have a way of
getting right inside you and running up and down your spine.
Tall and willowy, with a terrific profile and luxuriant
platinum-blond hair, with as many curves as a scenic railway (cf.
Daphne Dolores Morehead). One of those intellectual girls,
steeped to the gills in serious purpose. Imperious as a traffic
cop, she has what is called a presence. Hates a loser above
all else and breaks off engagements as soon as a fiance loses
a race, an election, or any other contest.