For Audrey Hepburn, it is difficult to find words that have not yet been said in her honor, but we will also speak out, because she deserves it.
Born in Belgium on May 4, 1929, Audrey spent most of her youth in Nazi-occupied Holland, where she and her family had to face multiple hardships. After the end of the war, Audrey went to London, rapidly mastering the field of show and dance. At the age of 22, she easily got her first role on Broadway in the play "Gigi" and just two years later, suddenly became a real discovery for the public thanks to her film debut-the role of the main character in the film "Roman Holiday".
Throughout the 60s, Audrey Hepburn never ceased to shine, illuminating her talent with film after film. After this heady decade, she decided to step back a little from her career and start focusing more on raising her two sons. Some time later, Hepburn received the status of a UN goodwill ambassador and focused on helping hungry people from developing countries.
The dazzling Hepburn has always been distinguished by innate grace and grace, but in our selection we have presented some of her atypical photos. These pictures are able to show the actress from a slightly different side: a little more frank and warm images will open us a new, playful and full of joy Audrey, conquering her sensual femininity. In her own words: "The happiest girls are always the most beautiful."
Chilling on the roof of the Cambridge Theatre in London with friends and a real block of ice. 1949-the era of air conditioning has not yet arrived…
Once you have linked your fate with the dance, you remain a dancer forever. 1950.
Finally! Audrey's name in the lights of Broadway. 1950.
The role of the mermaid in the production of "Undine", for which Hepburn won the Tony Award, 1953.
Preparation behind the scenes of the Academy Awards ceremony. Audrey was nominated for an Oscar for her role in the film "Roman Holiday". 1954.
Peace (or maybe a slight shock?) after the presentation of the cherished statuette.
Training in the ancient French gavotte dance for a role in the film "War and Peace". 1955.
Preparing for roles in a wide variety of settings.
Would you like an elf haircut?
A good mood in the company of her new husband, Mel Ferrer (the wedding was played in 1954).
Mel, there's something special in your coat, or rather, someone.
Audrey: "Let's face it: a lush delicious chocolate cake can ruin the figure of anyone, including me!" However, in her case, the audience never noticed any consequences from the treat with sweets!
Two cute guys: Audrey and Pippin, her pet deer.
In a touching photo, Hepburn and her first-born son, Sean. The bonus of this shot is James Garner in the background.
Filming of the famous posters for the film "Breakfast at Tiffany's", 1961.
To be the epitome of chic and sophistication does not mean to deny yourself the foolishness at least sometimes.
Always and in everything — impeccable taste. Advertising Givenchy perfume, 1964.
And even in the typical 60's heavy makeup, Audrey looks light and sublime.
A smile from the sight of a wet Albert Finney on the set of the film "Two on the Road", 1967.
New York as a state of mind ... 1967.
Splendor at any age. 1988.