|Parents||Mrs. Bennet and Mr. Bennet|
|Sibling(s)||Elizabeth Bennet, Lydia Bennet|
Jane Bennet, later Jane Bingley, is the compassionate, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bennet, and is thus the older sister of Elizabeth, Mary, Kitty, and Lydia Bennet. She falls in love with Charles Bingley, and they later marry. She is twenty-two years old.
Jane, who is not as intellectual as her younger sister, Elizabeth, is seen purely as a compassionate, beautiful young woman who desires to see only the best in people. She and Elizabeth share a close kinship because their personalities are quite mutually complementary and because Elizabeth is the most mature of all of Jane's younger sisters.
- Father: Mr. Bennet
- Wife: Mrs. Bennet
Jane is considered the prettiest in family. In the novel she's 22 and described as an angel. She has a beautiful oval face complimented with blue-gray eyes, rosy cheeks and beautiful smile. Jane has blonde hair tied back in a bun. She's slender and graceful.