Ivy Louise Finch
Short Background Information:
* Ivy, born into a wealthy family, has led a relatively sheltered life in comparison to London's poor. Her parents are avid socialites, with both favoring charm, money and material goods. While many would consider her lucky, Ivy tends to think of her families status as a hindrance rather than an asset; she'd much rather be caught up in the pursuit of freedom than constrained by mundane practicalities such as marriage. She may not like to think so, but her upbringing has left quite a large mark on the way in which she conducts and expresses herself.
* Her father, due to the stress placed upon the British army, has seized the opportunity to make more money off the back of the war. Life has become increasingly difficult due to the constant threat of a bombing, and the poor hold no love for men like her father. Ivy, without making a genuine attempt to understand his reasoning, was also quick to judge. While she has a strained relationship with her parents, the product of being raised as an only child, she loves them far more than she would readily admit.
* The queen of whirlwind romances, Ivy has little patience for commitment. She's certain that there's more to life than dinners, dances and social gathering. Many would brand her as the 'spoiled only child', and in return she holds nothing contempt for their disproving glances and hushed rumors. She has no interest in staying put, and she's determined to find out exactly what 'freedom' entails.