As we know that in the twentieth century the world of film and fashion was surrounded by uncountable beauties like Marilyn Monroe, Betty Davis and Grace Kelly but none was able to achieve the higher level of sophistication, class and glamour like Audrey Hepburn. This woman was not only an exceptionally amazing actress but was also a humanitarian. As recently the real life story of Audrey Hepburn came on air so we thought to share the shocking survival of a gaunt teenage girl with out readers.
Audrey Hepburn’s mother was a daughter of world famous Dutch aristocrat, who in due time fell in love with an English gentleman. Due to some personal reasons the couple couldn’t survive more then eleven years together and were divorced to go their separate ways. Audrey Hepburn was just a child so her mother took her daughter with her in her father’s home. The moment they came to Germany, war broke out and the Nazis started to slaughter the Germans like senseless animals.
Audrey Hepburn was in her teens then and was hiding in her Grand father’s basement. She said that she never dared to walk upstairs even if she was really hungry due to which she became patient of oedema. Audrey said that she was waiting for her turn to die as most of the other people in her society had already died but one fine morning she heard songs in strange English accent. She pull herself together and walked out of the door, to her amaze she was surrounded by British soldiers who escorted her to London where she learned to sing, dance and became world famous actress of twentieth century.