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| name = Jane Stuart
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| age = 7
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| birthplace = London, England
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| home = London, England
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| gender = Female
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| eyes = Blue
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| hair = Brown
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| relatives = [[Wendy Darling (2003)|Wendy Darling]] (mother)<br>Edward (father){{cite}}<br>[[Danny]] (brother){{cite}}
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| friends = [[Peter Pan]]
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| enemies =
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| first = [[Peter Pan (2003 film)]]
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| powers = Flying
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==Biography==
 
 
In an alternate ending based on [[J. M. Barrie]]'s epilogue, included on the DVD release with unfinished special effects and no music, [[Peter Pan (2003 character)|Peter]] returns to the London house 20 years later, finding [[Wendy Darling (2003)|Wendy Darling]] as a grown mother. He is deeply hurt when she tells him she has grown up, and walks over to Wendy's daughter who is asleep in bed. His sobbing awakes the little girl, and she introduces herself as Jane. Peter grins excitedly at Wendy, and with her mother's permission, Jane flies away with Peter to [[Neverland (2003 location)|Neverland]]. and becomes his and the mother to [[the Lost Boys (2003)|the Lost Boys]].
 
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==Physical attributes==
==[[File:303956_104392043001772_100002929294890_26186_1710857566_n.jpg|thumb|352px|Jane at 6yrs old]]Peter Pan 2003==
 
 
20 years later after [[Wendy Darling (2003)|Wendy Darling]]'s adventure with [[Peter Pan (2003 character)|Peter Pan]], Jane is introduced and shown as a little girl telling her mother she wants to go for adventures with her mothers permission she flies off with Peter to [[Neverland (2003 location)|Neverland]].
<span style="font-size:18px;">In an alternate ending based on Barrie's epilogue, included on the DVD release with unfinished special effects and no music, Peter returns to the London house 20 years later, finding Wendy as a grown mother. He is deeply hurt when she tells him she has grown up, and walks over to Wendy's daughter who is asleep in bed. His sobbing awakes the little girl, and she introduces herself as Jane. Peter grins excitedly at Wendy, and with her mother's permission, Jane flies away with Peter to Neverland. and becomes his and the mother to the lost boys. </span>
 
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==<br />Apparences ==
 
She is shown in Return to Neverland in the sequel to the 1953 version of Peter Pan, as the main character. And in the 2003 version 20 years later she is shown as a little girl telling her mother she wants to go for adventures with her mothers permission she flies off with Peter to Neverland
 

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Biography

In an alternate ending based on J. M. Barrie's epilogue, included on the DVD release with unfinished special effects and no music, Peter returns to the London house 20 years later, finding Wendy Darling as a grown mother. He is deeply hurt when she tells him she has grown up, and walks over to Wendy's daughter who is asleep in bed. His sobbing awakes the little girl, and she introduces herself as Jane. Peter grins excitedly at Wendy, and with her mother's permission, Jane flies away with Peter to Neverland. and becomes his and the mother to the Lost Boys.

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Physical attributes

20 years later after Wendy Darling's adventure with Peter Pan, Jane is introduced and shown as a little girl telling her mother she wants to go for adventures with her mothers permission she flies off with Peter to Neverland.

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