The Doctor’s Daughter “Jenny” to Return in “Doctor Who” Finale!

Or at least that’s what a lot of fans thought when this very Time Lady-ish photo was released labelled “Jenny”.  For those who don’t remember, “Jenny” was a character who appeared in a series four episode entitled “The Doctor’s Daughter“.  She wasn’t actually the Doctor’s daughter, but a person created by a machine using the Doctor’s DNA.  She seemingly died at the end of the episode, but was revived in an epilogue.  The Doctor, however,  is unaware of this.  She was originally portrayed by Georgia Moffet.  However, since she has Time Lord DNA is it believed she could regenerate.  Hence, the new actor possibly playing her (above).

Georgia Moffett is also the “Doctor’s Daughter” in another way.  Her father is Peter Davison who portrayed the fifth Doctor on the series.  And just to make this even more convoluted.  She’s currently engaged to David Tennant (the Tenth Doctor).  The couple had a child in March.  Phew.  We weren’t sure we could get that all out.

More photos from the finale after the jump … but BE WARNED some of these photos CONTAIN SPOILERS

Click on any of the images to enlarge them.


2 Responses to “The Doctor’s Daughter “Jenny” to Return in “Doctor Who” Finale!”

  1. Is Jenny the same Jenny? It’s killing me! Haha, well, I’m just curious because at the end of “The Doctor’s Daughter”, when she ‘regenerated’ she stayed the same? So was it not the ‘full regeneration’ or does she stay the same?

    • She didn’t do a regeneration but rather just healed herself, which yes is regenerating but not the type of regenerating we are referring to. Remember, the doctor in his 10th regeneration regenerated his hand without performing a full regeneration into the 11th doctor. Wow.

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