In the fictional world of J.R.R. Tolkien, Lalia Clayhanger (2883-3002) was the wife of Fortinbras Took II. She married in 2914; and her son Ferumbras was born two years later. Ferumbras had no wife because nobody wanted Lalia as a mother-in-law.
Fortinbras II died in 2980. Lalia was unable to attend the 111th birthday party of Bilbo Baggins. In 3002, she was pushed by her attendant and fell into her garden and died. Some hobbits rumored it was Pearl Took.
Lalia was so fat she couldn't walk and was confined to a wheelchair. She was known as Lalia the Fat. Lalia isn't on the Took family tree in The Lord of the Rings; but she is in The Letters of J.R.R. Tolkien.