Monday, July 29, 2019

Photo: Audrey Hepburn Hollywood Wax Museum Pigeon Forge

I don't know much about actress Audrey Hepburn besides her role in Breakfast at Tiffany's (which I've never seen) but I can see why many women adore her beauty. She isn't really stunning in a "she's so hot" kind of way, but she's so classy it's difficult not to be amazed by her charm and grace. 

10 comments:

Kim said...

oh Audrey! The Nun's Story is the movie that made me fall in love with her

Susan Kane said...

She was an elegant woman.

Cloudia said...

Special person. Not her best representation in my view, Adam. Thanks for sharing!

Huggybear said...

Elegance to perfection.
Good God, you have never seen "Breakfast at Tiffanys" ??
What toadstool do you live under in Spartanburg???
Colin

Huggybear said...

Actually - like Cloudia - that is a very poor representation of Audrey.
Colin

Emmylou said...

I love love love Audrey and even did a blog post on her:) This wax version of her is not very good though:P

Birgit said...

She survived starvation during the war and worked for the resistance hiding notes in her stockings. She was known for her poise, elegance and kindness. Even though she loved clothes and had a life long relationship with De Givenchy, she was not vain, in fact quite the opposite. She was well liked by fellow actors, crew and anyone who met her. She loved children and was so happy to finally have 2 sons of her own. She was married more than once but the husbands, rightly, blamed their mistreatment of her by being controlling or having affairs. I love her in Roman Holiday, Sabrina, Funny Face, Two For The Road, Charade and Robin and Marion. She dedicated herself to UNICEF. One of my favourite quotes is from her...https://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/audrey_hepburn_394440

Moving with Mitchell said...

She was beautiful, talented, and a true humanitarian. And that wax figure is awful.

Kirk said...

Oh, I love her, and I agree with Mitchell about the wax figure.

My favorite movie of hers is Roman Holiday.

Theresa Mahoney said...

Class act all the way around. However, the wax figure does not do her justice.