Eliza Doolittle is a character from the play Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw. She is a flower girl from the streets of London who is transformed into a lady by Professor Henry Higgins. Eliza is the daughter of Alfred P. Doolittle, a dustman, and her transformation is a major plot point in the play.
Eliza eventually marries Freddy Eynsford-Hill, a young man from a wealthy family who is smitten with her. The two meet when Eliza is still a flower girl and Freddy is instantly taken with her. He follows her around London and eventually professes his love for her. Eliza is initially taken aback by his advances, but eventually comes to love him.
At the end of the play, Eliza and Freddy are married. Eliza has become a proper lady and is no longer a flower girl. She is accepted into Freddy’s family and the two live happily ever after.
The marriage of Eliza and Freddy is a happy ending to the story of Pygmalion. It shows that love can conquer all and that even the most unlikely of couples can find happiness together. Eliza’s transformation from a flower girl to a lady is a testament to the power of love and the importance of self-improvement.