People: Feb. 19, 1965

A rapturous audience, including Princess Margaret, called Ballerina Margot Fonteyn, 45, and her costar, Rudolf Nureyev, back for 43 curtain calls after the London première of the Royal Ballet's new production of Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet. The love story backstage was more poignant than Shakespeare's tale. In the wings, from his stretcher, Fonteyn's husband, Panamanian Politician Roberto Arias, 46, watched, still paralyzed from the chest down by the bullets pumped into his spine by a frustrated office seeker in Panama last June.

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