The Winter's Tale is a tragicomedy by William Shakespeare. Silcilian King Leontes doubts his childhood friend and Bohemian King Polixenes for his Queen Hermione's pregnancy. Her plea stating the innocence went on to vain and she dies after giving birth to baby girl Perdita. Leonates asking his loyalist through the baby as he thinks as illegitimate. His actions land him in miserable life as he loses family members including death of his only son and the to be crowned prince Mamillius. Looking for end to his miserable life, fate brings glory when he meets his daughter as a shepherdess.