Belladonna Took married Bungo Baggins, becoming "Mrs. Bungo Baggins," and together they financed the construction of the Shire's most luxurious and comfortable Hobbit-hole, Bag End. In TA 2890, Belladonna became the mother of Bilbo Baggins, her only son and child. She was also well known to the wizard Gandalf. She died in TA 2934, eight years after her husband, leaving Bilbo the master of Bag End.
Behind the scenes Edit
Belladonna is an Italian name that means "beautiful woman (lady)" and is also the name of a plant of the same name, "Belladonna", which was used for centuries as a medicine, a cosmetic, and a poison.
In The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, according to her appearance in the art book on the film, she was portrayed by Fran Walsh but her scenes were cut and was uncredited, but was still mentioned in the movie.