Mrs. Churchill is a possessive woman. Isabella says about her, “Oh, Mrs. Churchill; every body knows Mrs. Churchill," replied Isabella: "and I am sure I never think of that poor young man without the greatest compassion. To be constantly living with an ill-tempered person, must be dreadful. It is what we happily have never known any thing of; but it must be a life of misery. What a blessing, that she never had any children! Poor little creatures, how unhappy she would have made them!” (Austen 117). She is Frank's aunt and looks out over him, but very cautiously. She is not very nice and doesn't seem to have a very good representation of herself.