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12 June, 2012

Audrey Hepburn’s beauty is matchless. Her eyes, her bone structure, her face, are all perfect. I have a three-foot high print of this picture on my lounge wall.


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  1. I named my daughter after her so I tend to agree whole heartedly

  2. Well, I don’t really believe this – I have exactly the same picture in our guest room! πŸ˜€
    As you might have guessed I’m a big fan of her too. There’s another picture in the study and a biography in the bookshelf…

    • She’s beautiful isn’t she?

      • She is indeed! πŸ™‚
        Have a really good and happy Sunday, dear gentleman! πŸ˜€ Such a shame I don’t even know your name… Mine’s Manuela by the way – not Audrey πŸ˜‰ Sorry about that!

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