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  • Dolores Lola Morgan

    fashionnasty: “ “ LA FÉE DRAGÉE ” Former Royal Ballet’s principal dancer Darcey Bussell as the ‘Sugar Plum Fairy’ from Peter Wright’s “The Nutcracker” production, circa 2001. Photo by Eric Richmond. ”

  • Sacha Franke

    Darcey Bussell as the Sugarplum Fairy in The Nutcracker by the Royal Ballet in 2001

  • bodyphlo

    Perfect! Royal Ballet Nutcracker photo.

  • Marie Skovlund

    the music box dancer dances a mournful dance

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