"File and suspend" - means not receiving benefits - if the person want to receive social security benefits - that is NOT "suspend"
Spousal benefits are based on the spouse's working record. As a spouse the person may receive 50% of benefits of the spouse - which may me more or less than benefits based on person's own working record.
In some situations the spouse might not have working record at all or have very low own benefits - so potentially spousal benefits might be higher - but that depends on specific individual circumstances.
If the person is eligible for both benefits - based on her own working record and spousal benefits - - see here
How Much Will I Receive? If you qualify for benefits on your own record, we will pay that amount first. If the benefit on your spouse’s record is higher, you'll get an additional amount on your spouse’s record so that the combination of benefits equals that higher amount.
If your spouse will choose to RECEIVE benefits - and will start before her full retirement age - her benefits will be permanently reduced.
"File and suspend" strategy means - that you may apply for benefits and suspend your own benefits - aftre that your spouse will be eligible to receive spousal benefits based on your working record,. while your benefits will continue to grow.
But based on your information - that is not your intention. Moreover the new law went in effect last year and eliminated that option.