Florence Foster Jenkins (Meryl Streep) is a New York City beneficiary and socialite who established the Verdi Club to praise her energetic love of music. As it is 1944 and the U.S. is amidst World War II, Florence is of the sentiment that “music matters like never before.” St. Clair Bayfield (Hugh Grant), a British Shakespearean performing artist, is her better half and chief. Notwithstanding being hitched, Florence and Bayfield live in isolated living arrangements. She lives in a fabulous lodging suite while he lives in a loft in the city with his mystery fancy woman, Kathleen Weatherley (Rebecca Ferguson). Florence experiences a long haul instance of syphilis, which she contracted from her first spouse. The sickness has made her have different medical issues for which she takes prescription, including mercury and arsenic, that have dangerous reactions. Because of the dread of passing the infection on to Bayfield, she stays abstinent from all sex in her marriage, and Bayfield engages in sexual relations with Kathleen.Florence chooses to continue her since quite a while ago dismissed singing exercises.