Wendy has two sons named Ross and Alaster and a daughter named Rosie.
Wendy was nominated for the 1964 BAFTA for Most Promising Newcomer to Leading Film Roles for her role in The Servant.
She devised and created the BBC show The Nanny, but submitted it under the pseudonym of 'Jonathan Marr' so that the BBC would not commission it just because of her star status.
In 1969, Wendy won a BAFTA TV award for her role in the series Not in Front of the Children.
Wendy attended Durham High School for Girls. She now has a building named after her on their site.
Wendy is 5'6" tall.
Wendy: One rose says more than the dozen.