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Mrs. Sheep

Mrs. Sheep (birth name Sabrina Sheep) is a recurring character in Peppa Pig.

Biography

She is the mother of Suzy, Sammy, and Spencer Sheep, and the one who's on her way. She drives a blue car, and also works in a fire engine.

History

Pam pig and Sylvie sheep

Mummy Pig and Mrs. Sheep eating apples together as children

Mrs. Sheep lived with her parents Susan and Sage Sheep when she was a child. She helped them with a lot of work, such as cleaning, washing and tidying.

When she was 16, she decided to move out. She moved to a block of apartments 2 miles from Peppa Pig's house; it was a very nice apartment. A month later, she got a job as a cashier in a shop, and earned 700 pounds in 6 months. One night she was in an ice cream shop. It was a summers night (20th of July to be exact). At the shop, she met a male sheep called Sam. Then, they both started talking to each other. Sam ordered 2 ice cream cones (Sabrina had vanilla ice cream and Sam had a strawberry one).

They moved into Sabrina's appartment, and lived happily with each other for 2 years. Sam then sometime proposed to Sabrina, and moved into a nice house on a hill top. They lived happily with each other and had a child called Suzy Sheep. Suzy being an only child, she did not have to share toys with anyone else. She was a little sad she had no siblings, but that's different now; she has lots of good and nice friends now.

Looks

She has white wool and wears a fuschia dress like her daughter Suzy. She also has eye shadows of a gray-lavenderish color.

Trivia

  • Her nightgown was seen in Suzy's Cousin, and her underwear was visible in said episode when she was watching a romantic comedy with her husband.

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