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10 Little Known Secrets About Audrey Hepburn


10 Little Known Secrets About Audrey Hepburn

10 Little Known Secrets About Audrey Hepburn

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The Secret Parties Billionaires Don't Want You To Know About

Billionaires: they're not just like us. Something happens when you reach a certain level of wealth. The jets become private. The apartments become penthouses. And the parties get real epic real fast. Here are the secret parties billionaires don't want you to know about.

In the hanky-panky filled parties of Silicon Valley, dinner comes first, usually prepared by the host to avoid the prying eyes of cooks and cleaners. Social media is strictly forbidden, for obvious reasons. Then the drugs come out. MDMA seems to be the top choice, although it's far from the only offering. The guests break off into groups of two, three, or more, usually for cuddle puddles, a cute way to describe a gang of groping millionaires and billionaires. From there things get really freaky.

The mostly-male bigwigs of Silicon Valley have these drug-fueled love parties on the regular, bringing in a bevy of young women from anywhere they can get their hands on them. And get their hands on them they do, often with their wives and girlfriends right beside them. These men tend to be the wealthy tycoons behind some of the biggest brands in the world. As Emily Chang, author of the book Brotopia, describes it, they like to treat these parties as extensions of their world-changing professional philosophies by overturning traditions in their private lives. In the end, that means a boatload of hookups in private mansions, estates, and yachts the world over.

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Things You DIDN'T KNOW About Audrey Hepburn

As Audrey Hepburn’s birthday is just past, we figured it was high time we paid our respects to one of Hollywood’s most endearing sweethearts. Here, we’ve gathered up some of the things you might not know about her, from what her life was like during the Second World War to how she persevered to become a mother. She was a legend, a hero, and a knockout; this is All About Audrey Hepburn.

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7. Leading Men
It’s no secret that many people think that Hepburn’s movies are incredible, and for her time, they were some of the greatest. One thing not many people know about is the gaps in age between her and her costars—the leading men in the pictures she starred in. In her second film, Sabrina, her costar, Humphrey Bogart, was 29 years older than her. Fred Astaire, who starred opposite Hepburn in Funny Face was also 29 years older. Cary Grant, the actor who starred with her in Charade, was 25 years older. She was just a young girl playing with the big boys, and she absolutely held her own.

6. John F. Kennedy
It may come as no surprise that, at one point, Audrey Hepburn and John F. Kennedy were dating. He was a handsome senator just days shy of being 12 years her senior, and she was a young, beautiful, movie star. Sounds like a match made in heaven, right? Well, the two ended up breaking it off, but they remained friends. In fact, in 1963, just one year after Marilyn Monroe’s famous singing of “Happy Birthday” to the then president, Hepburn was next in line to sing it to JFK. She did, in a much less sensual way, and at a private party, so there are no recordings of her serenading her ex. Then, when he was assassinated, Hepburn was devastated and actually informed the cast of My Fair Lady, the movie she was in the midst of filming.

5. Givenchy
You might already know that Audrey Hepburn and Hubert de Givenchy were lifelong friends after meeting and that they were extremely close. But, did you know that Givenchy was actually disappointed the first time he met her? Audrey Hepburn! It was all a misunderstanding on Givenchy’s part, as he heard the name Hepburn and assumed that Katherine Hepburn would be who he’d be meeting with. He was hired to design Audrey’s wardrobe for Sabrina, which was just her second film, so of course he might be a little disappointed; he was expecting a star, not some soon to be up-and-coming nobody! Givenchy even made a special perfume just for Hepburn in the 1950s, and it became available to the public a few years later. It is called L’interdit, which means “forbidden” in French. As we said, they became lifelong friends, and she became his muse; it’s like they were meant to be.

4. For the Love of Pearls
They say that diamonds are a girl’s best friend, but who they are, we don’t know; what we do know is that diamonds weren’t Audrey Hepburn’s best friend. Instead, she preferred pearls to diamonds and her first husband, Mel Ferrer, gave her her favorite pearl necklace of all! Even though diamonds weren’t her favorite, she did get to wear the Tiffany Diamond on a necklace for the promo pictures for Breakfast at Tiffany’s, and, at the time, she was only the second person to have worn it.

3. Some Pretty Flowers
Now, flowers are something she did care for, and good thing, because she’s got a few that are named after her. You know you’ve really made it when people start naming things like flowers after you! There’s a breed of roses, a breed of tulips, and a breed of daylilies named after her, but we only have a picture of the rose! It makes sense that she was into flowers, though, as she loved gardening, and when she got older, she even hosted a PBS show called Gardens of the World with Audrey Hepburn.

Audrey Hepburn was fond of the organization known as UNICEF, which is now known as the United Nations Children’s Fund, but once stood for United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund. They had helped her family out following the Second World War with medical relief and food, and she grew quite fond of them throughout the years. In 1988, she took on the role of an ambassador for the organization, and she had donated to them since 1954. Hepburn even went so far as to give her earnings from her three last projects to the organization, and in 1992, for her work as an ambassador, she received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from George H.W. Bush.



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A Secret behind the Life of Audrey Hepburn

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Audrey Hepburn's Secret Diet Revealed

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Today I will be discussing Audrey Hepburn's Diet. Audrey Hepburn is an icon. She was a gifted oscar-winning actress and philanthropist. She also inspired women with her signature and timeless style. She was also famous for her notoriously thin figure, which had been the subject of eating disorder accusations over the years. But as People reports in this week's cover story, these rumors were never true. Hepburn was never even partial to dieting. She loved Italian food and pasta. She ate a lot of grains, not a lot of meat, and a little bit of everything, her son Luca Dotti said. Hepburn's longtime partner Robert Wolders noted that although the actress did not diet, the two enjoyed taking long walks together and often outwalk him. She had a healthy metabolism, but she was not excessive, said Wolders, who began a relationship with Hepburn in 1980 that lasted until she died in 1993.

Hepburn's diet was healthy and straightforward. For breakfast, she and Wolders often had brown bread with jam; for lunch, lean meat or pasta with produce fresh from their garden; and for dinner, they had chicken soup with veggies. That's not to say Hepburn didn't indulge—her partner recalls, she had chocolate after dinner, baking chocolate [and] she had a finger or two of Scotch at night. Plus, Hepburn was a fan of carbohydrates. She was crazy about the pasta, younger son Dotti recalls in a previous People interview. In his book, Audrey at Home, Dotti wrote, Mum had a serious pasta addiction. She couldn't do without pasta.Her signature dish was spaghetti al Pomodoro, which she cooked at home practically every week. Her absolute favorite was spaghetti with tomato sauce. She could live on that alone, Dotti said. Although she had instructions for impressive and ambitious dishes ... these never made their way to our dining table. In the kitchen, as in life, writes Dotti in the book's introduction, my mother gradually freed herself from everything superfluous to keep only what truly mattered to her.

This included good, fresh food, and what Hepburn liked to cook and eat was a reflection of her experiences, preferences, and life. She embraced her role as a housewife, a mother, a wife, once saying, It's sad if people think that's a dull existence, but you can't just buy an apartment and furnish it and walk away. It's the flowers you choose, the music you play, the smile you have waiting for. I want it to be gay and cheerful, a haven in this troubled world.

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Audrey Hepburn is an international icon. One of the most celebrated actresses of all time, Hepburn was also a humanitarian who was known for her generous spirit. While she passed away in 1993, her legacy lives on today especially through her granddaughter, Emma Kathleen Hepburn Ferrer. Ferrer's modeling career caught fire in 2014, when she covered the September issue for Harper's Bazaar which had the starlet signing a modeling contract just months later. So what's she up to now? Here's how Hepburn's granddaughter is carrying on the family legacy…

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15 ways to live like Audrey Hepburn in 2020

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1. Wear Pearls Pearls
Hepburn preferred pearls for the way they looked warm against her skin. In old photos, you see her earing classic pearl earrings and a necklace.

2. Wear a Head Scarf
She once said, When I wear a silk scarf, I never feel so definitely like a woman, a beautiful woman. Audrey loved to wear a silk scarf around her head or a small one around her neck.

3.Use a Basket as a Purse
Audrey Hepburn has so many cute photos wearing a little straw basket as a purse, and she makes it look so chic.

4.Wear her signature Givenchy scent L'INTERDIT
With notes of orange blossom, jasmine, and tuberose, this is an homage to the original L'Interdit from 1957 — Hepburns signature fragrance.

5.Surround yourself with White Tulips
Audrey Hepburn's favorite flowers were white tulips. Perhaps the reason Hepburn loved tulips so much is not just aesthetic — during World War II, Audrey's family had to survive German occupation, including its accompanying lack of food. Tulip bulbs became an unexpected source of sustenance. She also had a white tulip named for her.
6.Use Erno Lazlo Soap
Audrey Hepburn is quoted as saying, I owe 50% of my beauty to my mother and the other 50% to Erno Laszlo. She used numerous Erno Lazlo products.

This was Audrey's favorite pasta dish, and she ate it every week.

8.Use Phillip Kingsley's ELASTICIZER
It's said that Audrey fell in love with the treatment, having large tubs of it shipped to her regularly.

One of Audrey's favorite books was the Secret Garden. She famously said, To grow a garden is to believe in tomorrow.

10.Get a pet fawn
Audrey was known for her love of animals, especially her pet Yorkie, Mr. Famous, but her most interesting pet was when she took in a fawn and named him Pippin. When she was making her 1959 film Green Mansions, the animal trainer on the set suggested that she take her on-screen sidekick, a baby deer, Home with her so that he would learn to follow her. He soon became utterly docile. She would even take him, nicknamed Ip, to the supermarket in Beverly Hills.
11.Wear the color Cyan Blue
Cyan is a shade of light blue. Her favorite color was not black, even though she was very responsible for making the LBD popular.
12.Wear ballet flats
There are numerous photos of Audrey Hepburn wearing classic ballet flats. They are still very timeless today.

13.Wear a Black Turtle Neck and Capris
Audrey Hepburn was known for her classic style, especially her classic wardrobe consisting of basic wardrobe staples, including a black turtle neck and fitted cropped black pants.

14.Drink Coffee and Eat Chocolate Cake
Audrey loved coffee and would drink at least four cups a day. She also loved flowerless chocolate cake. This recipe can be found in her cookbook, Audrey, at Home.
15. Wear a Classic Vintage Black Purse
Audrey Hepburn always carried a classic 1950s inspired black purse with her as seen in numerous old photos.

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The Dark Secret Behind Audrey Hepburn's Slim Figure

ET Online spoke with the family of late actress, Audrey Hepburn, about her famous slim figure. They're collaborating with Christies to auction off some of her clothing on September 27, in London. According to reports, the 5' 7, 110 pound actress never dieted and didn't have an eating disorder. But her family suggests that her physique may have been linked to darker times. They told ET that Hepburn nearly died after surviving starvation during World War II. They explained that she and her mother barely survived the German occupation of Holland, which began when she was just 11. She reportedly survived by eating nettles, tulip bulbs and drinking water. They added, that the actress battled anemia for the rest of her life, possibly as a result.

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Audrey Hepburn | Transformation From 1 To 63 Years Old

Nick Name: Audrey
Birthday: May 4, 1929
Nationality: British
Also Known As: Edda Van Heemstra, Audrey Kathleen Ruston, Audrey Kathleen Hepburn-Ruston, Edda Van Heemstra Hepburn
Sun Sign: Taurus
Died At Age: 63
Born In: Ixelles
Famous As: Film Actress
Spouse/Ex-: Andrea Dotti, Mel Ferrer, Robert Wolders
Father: Joseph Victor Anthony Ruston
Mother: Ella Van Heemstra
Siblings: Arnoud Robert Alexander Quarles Van Ufford, Ian Edgar Bruce Quarles Van Ufford
Children: Luca Dotti, Sean Hepburn Ferrer
Religion: Christian Science
Died On: January 20, 1993
Place Of Death: Tolochenaz
Audrey Hepburn was one of the most graceful actresses of the film industry. She has been an eye-witness to World War II, and faced numerous struggles through it. This talented actress had an affinity to dance and did all it took to get trained in ballet dancing. Her first significant role was as a ballerina where she choreographed her own moves which were highly praised. She lived with her mother and did modelling to earn a livelihood. This actress was engaged with the theatre and this got her noticed as an actress which eventually ushered her into the film industry. Her debut film was a huge success and she even received the ‘Academy Award for Best Actress’ for that particular film. Hepburn herself did not know that she could act but she did work hard and rehearsed passionately to prepare herself for the roles she played. This arduous practice helped her rise into fame and became one of the best known actresses of Hollywood. This skilful actress has been through several upheavals throughout her life like divorces and miscarriages but she faced them all very bravely and overcame her grief. She had a philanthropic side and was engaged in many humanitarian works were recognized by many organizations even posthumously
Childhood & Early Life
She was born to Joseph Victory Anthony Ruston and Ella van Heemstra on 4th May, 1929 in Brussels, Belgium.
Her parents separated when she was a child and after that she lived with her mother in London. She attended a boarding school in England and later, moved to Netherlands with her mother during World War II, where she attended the institute named ‘Arnhem Conservatory’.
During the same time, she was learning ballet and after the war was over, she received ballet training in Amsterdam and then in London. She was engaged in modelling and dancing projects and at the same time took acting classes.
In 1948, she appeared as a chorus girl in the musical named ‘High Button Shoes’ which was her first stage performance. This was followed by many more stage performances.
In 1949, she again joined in a chorus in ‘Sauce Tartare’ and the following year; she worked in the musical ‘Sauce Piquante’. She also had minor roles in movies like ‘Laughter in Paradise’, ‘One Wild Oat’, ‘The Lavender Hill Mob’ and ‘Young Wives’ Tale’.
During the period 1951-53, she performed the lead role in the play ‘Gigi’ which became a success and Hepburn’s potential in acting was recognized.
Her first elaborate role was as a supporting actress in the film ‘The Secret People’ in the year 1952, where she was portrayed as a ballet dancer. The same year, she also worked in the movie named ‘Nous Irons a Monte Carlo’ (We Will Go To Monte Carlo).
She then, got her major breakthrough in the year 1953, when she was cast in the lead role of Princess Anne in the film ‘Roman Holiday’ along with actor Gregory peck. This was followed by her film ‘Sabrina’ which too was a success as a ‘Roman Holiday’.
Her acquaintance Mel Ferrer asked her to perform in Broadway along with him in ‘Ondine’. This acquaintance later, became Hepburn’s husband and in 1956, the couple, worked together in the film ‘War and Peace’ based on Leo Tolstoy’s novel by the same name.
During the period 1957-60, she worked in a few films such as ‘Love in the Afternoon’, ‘Funny Face’, ‘Mayerling’, ‘Green Mansions’, ‘The Nun’s Story’,’ The Unforgiven’.
Hepburn’s career got a kick start and she worked with numerous industry stalwarts which contributed to her successful career.
In 1960, she started working on the screen adaptation of Truman Capote’s novel ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ which was released the next year. She then worked in the movie ‘The Children’s Hour’.
This actress took some time off from her career and devoted her time to her son Sean and family. After she resumed work, she again starred in many movies during the period 1963-67, such as ‘Charade’, ‘Paris When It Sizzles’, ‘My Fair Lady’, ‘How to Steal a Million’, ‘Two For the Road’, ‘Wait Until Dark’.
She again took a second break from acting for about nine years, and was back with the movie ‘Robin and Marian’ in 1976. This was followed by a few more movies such as ‘Bloodline’, ‘They All Laughed’ and ‘Always’, after which she could not continue her career due to illness.

Audrey Hepburn | The Magic Of Audrey Hepburn | Full Biography Of Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Hepburn 'the Magic Of Audrey'
An Unauthorized Story On Audrey Hepburn
There Was Always Something Very Special About Audrey Hepburn. She Was, Is, Truly An Original, And Remains An
Enduring Icon Of Elegance And Taste. Around The World, Her Extraordinary Legacy Continues To Touch Millions Of People,
Whether Through Watching Her Famous Films Breakfast At Tiffany's, Roman Holiday And My Fair Lady; Or Through Her
Various Charities, Which She Supported Right Up Until Her Death From Colon Cancer In 1993. In Many Ways, The Story Of
Audrey Hepburn Reads A Little Bit Like A Fairy Tale.
She Was Born In Brussels, Belgium, On The 4th Of May, 1929. Her Family Was Well-to-do, With Aristocratic Connections.
From An Early Age She Studied Ballet; Then Moved Onto Acting When Noticed By The Right People. Seemingly Overnight,
The Young Girl From The Chorus Line Was Now In The Headlines. She Became An Award Winning Screen Star; And A World-
Wide Sensation. But As In Any Fairy Tale, Audrey's Story Has A Dark Side. It Began In The Early 1930's As Europe Was
Besieged By Hitler's Germany. Her Father Left The Family And Her Mother Moved Them To Holland, Where Audrey Helped
Her Mother Keep Their Family Alive, But Only Barely. The Horrors Of War Stayed With Audrey, And She Used Her Experiences
To Help Others In Need Through Her Charity Work For Unicef. In The End, She Was As Well-known For Her Compassion As She
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Bonus Features:
My Fair Lady I Fashion I Italian Drive-in I Leading Men I Little Black Dress I Unicef I Victory Day I Awards And Credits
My Fair Lady — Chronicles How Jack Warner Lobbied For Audrey To Be Cast In My Fair Lady; Also The Enormous Attention
To Detail In Every Aspect Of The Production.
Fashion — The Fashion That Audrey Made Famous, Including That Timeless Classic, The Little Black Dress In Breakfast At
Italian Drive In — The Backdrop To The Movie Roman Holiday Is Famous For Both Its Ancient And Modern Theatres.
Leading Men — Throughout Her Career, Audrey Starred With Some Of Hollywood's Most Famous Leading Men, Including
Gregory Peck, Cary Grant, Sean Connery And Rex Harrison.
Little Black Dress — It May Be Just A Little Black Dress, But The Gown Worn By Audrey In Breakfast At Tiffany's Has Done
Some Very Big Things. Designed By Givenchy, The Dress Was The Essence Of Audrey Chic.
Unicef — Audrey Hepburn Loved Helping People In Need, And Her Generosity Of Spirit Was Evident In Her Work As Goodwill
Ambassador For Unicef.
Victory Day — A Short Featurette On The Elation Of Victory Day, The Day World War 2 Officially Ended. For Audrey And Her
Family It Was A Momentous Occasion, As They'd Suffered Terribly During Germany's Invasion Of Europe.
Awards And Credits — Chronicles Award Ceremonies Attended By Audrey, Awards And Nominations Won By Audrey
Hepburn For Her Roles In A Nun's Story And Roman Holiday



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