As a child, Lange's family moved constantly due to her father's frequently changing jobs.
Lange later noted that her family "lived like gypsies." But instead of rebelling against this transient lifestyle, Lange inherited the travel bug.
The former Soviet leader was in London for an event that is now almost an annual pilgrimage: the summer gala held in aid of the charitable foundation he set up in memory of his late wife.
The Raisa Gorbachev Foundation funds cancer care for children.
Lange and Grande left school and traveled throughout the U. They returned to Minnesota briefly in July 1970, where they were married.
The newlyweds moved to New York, eventually settling in to the So Ho art community.
The third of four children, Lange was the daughter of Dorothy Florence and Albert John Lange, who was an educator and salesman.In the Romeo & Juliet balcony scene, you can see how perfectly these two dancers are able to work together.Onstage, they were more like one entity than two separate dancers.The late Soviet foreign minister, Andrei Gromyko, was not wrong when he quipped that Gorbachev had "a nice smile", but "iron teeth".This is an elder statesman still at home with power.Nureyev's youthful, brazen force, and Fonteyn's refined elegance made their partnership a success from the start.