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What is Mrs. Claus' first name?

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Mrs. Claus, the wife of Santa Claus, has been given many first names. Depending on the source, her first name is Mary, Jessica Mary, Maya, Matha, Anywyn, Layla or Goody.

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What is Mrs. Claus' first name?
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Along with each name for Mrs. Claus comes a story about her that provides a glimpse into her past. She does not have an official first name, which is why there are so many options. Some people settle for Mother Christmas.

In addition to many names, Mrs. Claus has been given the occupations of teacher or waitress. Fans of the fictional North Pole couple can also enjoy several versions of the story of their meeting.

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