Ah, Yes, Lady Tottington here, of Tottington Hall. It's a disaster, I have the most terrible rabbit problem, The competition's only days away, You simply have to do something. In an hour?, I can't wait an hour, I've got a major infestation.
~ Lady Campanula Tottington is talking to Wallace on the phone.
Lady Campanula Tottington is the deuteragonist of the 2005 stop-motion animated movie Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit.
She is voiced by Helena Bonham Carter who voices Emily and portrayed Mrs. Bucket.
Her family is revealed to have held an annual Giant Vegetable competition for over 517 years. In the film, she offers Wallace and Gromit to fix her terrible problem with rabbits. Wallace then sucks the bunnies in the Anti Pesto Van. Both Wallace and the local hunter Victor Quartermaine wish to be with her.
After a Were-Rabbit wreaks havoc in town, Lady Tottington persuaded the villagers to give Wallace and Gromit a chance to capture it. Wallace later goes to Tottington Hall and tells Lady Tottington that he has dealt with the Were-Rabbit, whom he thought was the monster form of a rabbit he captured named Hutch.
However after the Were-Rabbit strikes again, the villagers urge Lady Tottington to not go ahead with the competition. Victor persuades Lady Tottington to let him shoot the Were-Rabbit, to which she reluctantly agrees as long as it is done quickly.
Afterwards, the Were-Rabbit arrives at the competition. Victor attempts to wrestle the competition's Golden Carrot trophy from Lady Tottington to use as a bullet against the Were-Rabbit. The Were-Rabbit sees this as charges at Victor and takes Lady Tottington up onto the rooftop greenhouse of Tottington Hall. Lady Tottington is at first nervous of the Were-Rabbit until it reveals that it is Wallace. Just then, Victor arrives and reveals that he knew that Wallace was the Were-Rabbit and was only interested in marrying Lady Tottington for her money. Victor pursues Wallace but not before pining Lady Tottington by her hair onto a large marrow with a pitchfork to stop her from interfering.
Lady Tottington manages to free herself and confronts Victor and hits him over the head with a giant carrot and dumps him. After Gromit tricks the villagers into thinking that Victor is the Were-Rabbit (by putting him in a rabbit costume), Lady Tottington watches sadly as Wallace appears to die after returning to his human form after he fell through a cheese tent to save Gromit. She comforts Gromit and wonders if there was something to bring back Wallace. This gives Gromit the idea of using Stinking Bishop cheese in the tent to revive Wallace. Following this, Lady Tottington gives the Golden Carrot trophy to Gromit for his marrow (which he had used as bait to keep Were-Rabbit Wallace to keep away from the competition) and she also thanks Wallace for saving her from marrying Victor.
Lady Tottington then converts Tottington Hall into a sanctuary for Hutch and the other rabbits.
She wears a Purple dress with a daisy flower on it, a daisy flower necklace, yellow earrings, white opera gloves, and a daisy flower on her red hair, She has red hair, blue eyeshadow, with black eyelashes, and red lips.
"Please, Wallace. Call me "Totty."
Totty flirting to Wallace
Totty sprays flower spray in Victor's eyes to protect Were-Wallace.
Totty whacks Victor in the head with her giant carrot, knocking him out. "Consider yourself dumped!"
Wallace and Totty holding hands
"Consider Yourself, Dumped! Hmph!"
As revealed at the end of the video game of Wallace & Gromit: The Curse Of The Were-Rabbit, Lady Tottington is vegan, which was why she turned down Wallace's offer of cheese.
Lady Campanula Tottington is the second Love Interest of Wallace, Who phoned him on the telephone, While the first is Wendolene Ramsbottom.
Lady Campanula Tottington is the only Heroic Love Interest of Wallace, Who have got red lipstick, While Wendolene Ramsbottom, who hasn't.
Lady Campanula Tottington is the only Love Interest of Wallace who speaks with a Received Pronunciation while Wendolene Ramsbottom from A Close Shave and Piella Bakewell from A Matter Of Loaf and Death speak with Northern English Accents.