|Enchanted Forest Character:||Wendy Darling|
|Birthday:||August 26th 1997|
|Aliases:|| Wendy Darling
Henley Gwendolyn Darling
|Education:||Storybrooke High School|
Story and Song Writing
|Weaknesses:|| Unwillingness To Grow Up
|First appearance:||Chapter 1: A New Beginning|
Henley Darling is a main character in Once Upon a Gleeful Time. She is the Storybrooke version of Wendy Darling from Peter Pan. She is a student at Storybrooke High School and is a member of the school's glee club, The Flawless Fantasies.
Henley is portrayed by Peter Pan and Dorian Grey actress Rachel Hurd-Wood and was created by KCisaGleek98.
Before the SpellEdit
Henley, although very mature, despises growing up, she has never seen a portrayal of adulthood that has made her want to. She is proud of what she has accomplished in her childhood and has come to the realisasition that adulthood is enevitable, but this doesn't stop her from dreaming or fantasizing, Henley has a gift for storytelling. Henley has a very mothering nature, she tries to care for others and protect them no matter what. She is very strong-willed and stubborn, although she has a generally non-violent personality Henley always stands her ground and has no problem with defending herself, if it comes to violence so be it. Henley has a tendency to innocently flirt with others without realizing that she does, sometimes causing herself issues. She can get jealous fairly easily.
Solos In A Group NumberEdit
|Song Title||Original Artist(s)||Episode||Sung With|
|Thank You||MKTO||Chapter 1: A New Beginning||The Flawless Fantasies|
|New Perspective||Panic! At The Disco||Laced With Poison|
|It's My Life||Bon Jovi||Bring It On||The Flawless Fantasy Girls|
|Makes Me Wonder||Maroon 5|
|Little Lion Man/Viva La Vida||Mumford & Sons/Coldplay|
|Locked Out of Heaven||Bruno Mars|
|Secrets/Animal||OneRepublic/Ke$ha||The Flawless Fantasies|
- Rachel Hurd-Wood, the actress that portrays Henley, played Wendy Darling, who Henley is based off of, in the 2003 version of Peter Pan.
- Her name comes from the little girl, Margaret Henley, who was the inspiration for the name of Wendy. She called J.M. Barrie her friendy-wendy. Her middle name came from Wendy being the familiar-form of Gwendolyn.