Clementine Churchill, or Baroness Spencer-Churchill, GBE, was a British noblewoman, humanitarian, life peer, and public figure, better known as the wife of Winston Churchill, prime minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945 and again from 1951 to 1955. She had a disturbing childhood, which contributed to her strong personality. After marrying Winston, Clementine spent a lot of her time helping the munitions workers during World War I. She had served as the chairperson of the 'Red Cross Aid to Russia Fund' and the ‘Maternity Hospital for the Wives of Officers’ at Fulmer Chase. She had also served as the president of the 'Young Women's Christian Association War Time Appeal.' Clementine's philanthropical pursuits earned her several honorary titles, and she was ultimately bestowed with the honor of being a life peer after Winston's death. However, her final days were difficult due to a financial crisis, and she had to support herself by selling Winston's paintings.