The first time I saw an Audrey Hepburn movie, I was probably twelve or thirteen. My mom and I watched My Fair Lady at my grandparents’ house one afternoon. It was magical. When I was sixteen or seventeen, I watched Breakfast at Tiffany’s, while making apple-bran muffins. That was when Audrey became my friend. I was hooked. After every movie that I watched, I was amazed by her style, grace and elegance. She was perfect. I longed to be born fifty years before so that I could have been there when these amazing films were released.
From Funny Face to Sabrina to Roman Holiday to How to Steal a Million, I have never been disappointed. I could seriously spend days watching those movies. I think I might have to today.