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Rhiannon Ward: as Double for Amy: The Girl Who Waited(uncredited) | as Double for Amy Pond: Let's Kill Hitler(uncredited)
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Stephanie Carey: as Stunt Double for Amy: Let's Kill Hitler | as Stunt double for Amy: The Angels Take Manhattan
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Jessica Davies: as Double for Amelia Pond: The Time of the Doctor(uncredited)
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Amelia Jessica Pond was the first companion of The Doctor in his eleventh incarnation. 

She was the girlfriend and later wife of human nurse Rory Williams and the mother of River Song. When River married the Doctor, Amy became his mother-in-law.

Amy first met the Doctor at the age of seven when he landed in her garden shortly after his tenth regeneration. He offered to take her with him, but disappeared  for twelve years, unaware that a criminal multi-form called Prisoner Zero was hiding in her house.

While waiting, Amelia was obsessed with her "Raggedy Doctor". She created dolls, comics and dress-up games about him and made her friends take part. After his return she helped the Doctor defeat Prisoner Zero. He took two more years to return to finally take Amy on a trip in the TARDIS, leaving on the eve of her wedding. 

Amy married Rory Williams and they both traveled with then Doctor in the TARDIS, during which time they conceived  a daughter Melody who was taken by Madame Kovarian and replaced by a ganger to help trap the Doctor. Melody was effected by the TARDIS energy and had the ability to regenerate, later becoming River Song.

In a prison for a Minotaur, where everyone had a room holding their nightmare, Amy found hers: her younger self, still waiting for the Doctor. To defeat the Minotaur, the Doctor destroyed Amy's faith in him. After this, he returned Amy and Rory to a new house some time before they had left, leaving them behind to save them from further risks. 

Amy sacrificed herself to a Weeping Angel in order to be reunited with Rory after he has been sent back in time and she had seen his gravestone.

She lived a long and happy life with Rory and died at the age of 87. She is burried at a cemetery overlooking Manhatten. 



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04 Apr 2013Summer Falls, by Amelia Williams

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During her life in Manhattan, Amy became an established writer under her married name Amelia Williams. Her book Summer Falls is particularly popular, being read by Artie, one of the Doctor's future companion Clara's charges - she'd read it herself, thinking Chapter 11 was the best!

Summer Falls (Credit: BBC Books)"When summer falls, the Lord of Winter will arise..."

In the seaside village of Watchcombe, young Kate is determined to make the most of her last week of summer holiday. But when she discovers a mysterious painting entitled 'The Lord of Winter' in a charity shop, it leads her on an adventure she never could have planned. Kate soon realises the old seacape, painted long ago by an eccentric local artist, is actually a puzzle. And with the help of some bizarre new acquaintances - including a museum curator's magical cat, a miserable neighbour, and a lonely boy - she plans on solving it.

And then, one morning Kate wakes up to a world changed forever. For the Lord of Winter is coming - and Kate has a very important decision to make.

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