Margot Fonteyn de Arias,  (18 May 1919 – 21 February 1991), was an English ballerina. She spent her entire career as a dancer with the Royal Ballet.

What I liked about Home:

-the animation holy frick
-Tip being proud of being smart/good at math
-Boov subverting the usual troop of aliens speaking perfect, grammatically correct English
-Tip being a ballerina (toe shoes!!)
-Tip’s elaborate Boov traps in her apartment
-Tip’s mom was the gr8est
-talked about how hard it was for an immigrant child to fit in at school
-the number of brown/black people outnumbered the white
-Gratuity Tucci
-cute af story, rockin soundtrack

Ballerina Anya Linden, Photo by Sir Cecil Beaton for Vogue, November 1954. 

Anya Linden, Lady Sainsbury of Preston Candover (born 3 January 1933) is a retired English ballerina.

She was born Anya Eltenton and spent her childhood in California, where she received her early training with Koslov in Hollywood. She returned to England in 1947 and studied at the Sadler’s Wells Ballet School, joining the company in 1951. She was promoted to soloist 1954 and to ballerina 1958.

She married John Sainsbury, Baron Sainsbury of Preston Candover in 1963 and retired from dancing in 1965. In 1987, she founded the Linbury Biennial Prize for Stage Design to identify and encourage talented newcomers to the field of theatre design.