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Fonteyn

Dame Margot. real name Margaret Hookham. 1919--91, English classical ballerina
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Emergency services behind the cordon at Cass House Road, Hemlington, after a man's |body was found in Fonteyn Court IAN COOPER AND IAN MCINTYRE
Fonteyn met Profumo and his actress wife Valerie at their home and gave them an extraordinary account of meeting Castro and her part in the failed coup.
Fonteyn was 39 and an internationally celebrated prima ballerina when she was arrested and held for questioning in Panama City prison on April 20 1959, provoking huge publicity worldwide.
But what made Fonteyn and Nureyev's relationship all the more tantalising was the fact he was 19 years her junior.
In 1962, when her career seemed over, Dame Margot Fonteyn formed a new dancing partnership with Rudolph Nureyev which saw her star rise again.
It wasn't just that Fonteyn, who looked so much like the young Princess Elizabeth, became coin of the realm as Aurora, presenting the English ballerina as a kind of royalty by extension.
MIDDLESBROUGH Hemlington ANTI-SOCIAL behaviour at Fonteyn Court to include the old Erimus Building at Dalwood Court, is a priority.
President Paul Fonteyn and Provost William Throop received the award for Green Mountain at an awards ceremony held at George Washington University on Thursday.
I WAS interested in the Margot Fonteyn biopic on BBC4 recently which partly looked at the period Margot spent at Stoke Mandeville Hospital in the mid-1960s looking after her paralysed husband, the one time Panamanian Ambassador to the Court of St James, Roberto ('Tito') Arias.
Most intriguing however is the footage of Fonteyn dancing--both onstage and in the studio.
The passion of Margot Fonteyn and Nureyev MARGOTBBC4, Monday, 9pm CONSIDERED one of the best dancers of all time, Dame Margot Fonteyn was one of only two British ballet dancers to ever receive the accolade of prima ballerina assoluta and was globally adored during a career that spanned 45 years.
ACTRESS Anne-Marie Duff needed strapping leg doubles in her new telly role as ballet legend Dame Margot Fonteyn.