She became famous for her roles in Hollywood and British films of the 1930s and 1940s such as The Cowboy And The Lady and The Private Life Of Henry VIII.
“We met at a time when we each had gone through trials, but we knew exactly what we wanted—togetherness.” March 21, 1956: (L-R) Award presenters Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly waiting backstage at the RKO Pantages Theatre, during the 28th Annual Academy Awards.
Actress, dancer and humanitarian, Audrey Hepburn was, for all of her life, the ideal of femininity, gentility and all around perfection. Read on to find out the fabulously scandalous things you never would have guessed about Audrey Hepburn's love life.
Companion : /kəmˈpanjən/ one that is closely connected with another A waifish figure and large, brown, doe-like eyes; a tiny, cinched in waist and sweet, elfin features; a willowy dancer’s body, slight but strong from years of ballet training—always graceful and ever ladylike—it is difficult to believe that this beautiful woman, both inside and out, would wait almost her entire life to find true love but—when she did find it, it was truly great . Her third and greatest love, Robert Wolders, began no differently—both had experienced tragedy in their life, and both wanted to help people.
Controversially, Constance was the daughter of Thompson’s girlfriend Charlotte Selby.
Charlotte, a Eurasian from Ceylon with partial Maori heritage, had had Constance by an Irish tea planter when she herself was only 14 and living in Ceylon.