Lady Blingchester is described as being squarish and stoutish with a demanding coiffure. Her hair seems to have gone gray by Blameless.
She is described as a good Christian. On the other hand, she is also described as having strident voice that was often complaining about one thing or another.
She is Miss Jane Pagril’s aunt.
In the books Edit
- Lady Blingchester is a renowned horseman.
- The Blingchesters kept a superb French chef, according to Alexia Tarabotti.
- “ His wife was of that aristocratic breed that specializes in mannish features.” (Poison or Protect, Chapter Three)
- “She was squarish, stoutish, and sported a demanding coiffure.” (Poison or Protect, Chapter Three)
- “Lady Blingchester would try the patience of a saint. Her strident voice more often than not complaining – about the weather, the food, or her own perceived ill health (although to Gavin’s eyes, she was rudely robust). She directed the bulk of this putrid flow at her husband, who looked as if he’d started life a jolly chap, but had deflated after marriage.” (Poison or Protect, Chapter Six)
- “Lady Blingchester, a renowned horsewoman, had brought her own mount.” (Poison or Protect, Chapter Six)
- “Some people are nothing but social climbers.” (Poison or Protect, Chapter Six)
- “Lady Blingchester’s tone said she rather hoped for ruination, if only for the delightful scandal.” (Poison or Protect, Chapter Ten)
- “Lady Blingchester, a mannish-faced matron of the stout and square variety with curly gray hair and too-large teeth, stood frowning down at her.” (Blameless, Chapter Four)