Who is Francesca Hayward? Bio, Age, Net Worth, Relationship, Height, Ethnicity

Francesca Hayward is a well-known principal ballerina of The Royal Ballet, the largest ballet company in Britain. She is also a well-known actress. 2016 saw her advance to principal ballerina.

She has acted in several significant roles for The Royal Ballet company, including Romeo and Juliet, The Nutcracker’s Clara and The Sugar Plum Fairy, and Sleeping Beauty (as Aurora).

She was given the opportunity to work in the entertainment industry because of her career as a ballerina. She co-starred in the 2019 film Cats as Victoria, with Idris Elba, Jennifer Hudson, and Taylor Swift, among other well-known performers.

Francesca Hayward: Early Life, Age, Wiki, Parents, Ethnicity

Francesca Hayward was born on July 4, 1992, in Nairobi, Kenya. She goes by the name Frankie and was born under the sign of Cancer.

She first studied at Worthing’s Le Serve School of Ballet and Theatre Dance. She then joined White Lodge, the junior division of the Royal Ballet School, on the advice of one of her professors. Later, she made significant development and enrolled in the Royal Ballet Upper School in 2008.

Lewis Hayward, a British man, and his Kenyan mother are the parents of Francesca Hayward. Her father is the headmaster of the Junior Branch of the University College School in Hampstead.

She was only born and briefly lived in Kenya before her family relocated to England.

Sadly, she lost both of her parents when she was only two years old. She then moved in with Diana and John Hayward, her paternal grandparents, in West Sussex.

She has been residing with her grandparents since then. It is well known that she frequently sees her father, Lewis. She hasn’t communicated with her mother, though.


Francesca Hayward has received a number of honors in recognition of her efforts and contributions, some of which are listed below:

  • Lynn Seymour Award for Expressive Dance (2009)
  • Young British Dancer of the Year (2010)
  • Audience Choice Award (2010)
  • Best Emerging Artist (2014)
  • Grishko Award for Best Female Dancer (2016)

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