The Mind of An Actress Reading: The Reading’s of Audrey Hepburn #1

Audrey Hepburn Collage I have been a bit behind on blogging because of personal things and school, since I don’t want you guys to forget me I decided to create my own blog post called The Mind of An Actress Reading (which I have not seen elsewhere), while i finish creating and editing some posts that will be seen here tomorrow. Enjoy!

I did a post like this when I started blogging and I felt like doing it again. I might do it with different famous actresses that are my favorites everyday as long as I can.

Well today’s turn is Audrey Hepburn. She is my all time favorite actress and I love all her movies such as Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Roman Holiday, and so on. Audrey was a big fan of reading and she even wrote her own book. She has many amazing quotes that I have posted in the Quotes Page. She is the reason for my blogs url. So in honor of my Audrey I am going to post pictures of her reading. Let me know what you think about this wonderful lady down below!

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Enjoy this post and remember to comment!! If you want, give me ideas on what other famous actresses or even actors have read and I can do a post on them.

*Pictures were found in Google.com

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39 thoughts on “The Mind of An Actress Reading: The Reading’s of Audrey Hepburn #1

  1. Truth be told,I was only aware that she was one of those actresses of the past era,a bit like Monroe or Elizabeth Taylor.But judging by your blog,I think she’s more than a mere actress! I hope you’ll tell me more about her in your coming posts! 😉
    I also suddenly feel the urge to buy and read Breakfast at Tiffany’s!

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    • No…she wasn’t at all like them. Sure she was as famous and beautiful like them but at the same they had nothing in common. She made more differences than them and had a better life in my opinion. But I will share more about her :). Warning: the book is nothing like the movie…even the author said it 🙂

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  2. Reblogged this on Forget the Viagra, Pass Me a Carrot and commented:
    A quirky read and I enjoyed. Audrey Hepburn was one of my idols too in my teens and she was so effortlessly beautiful and composed. My mother had a life long crush on Gregory Peck and the the combination of the two of them in Roman Holiday was stunning and tearful. Reading this reminded me of my mother who died, in love with Gregory aged 95 – devoted to the end.

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  3. I am real Big Fan of her, especially the movies Roman Holiday and Breakfast at Tiffany and Sabrina. Three of her movies which I can watch again and again! 🙂

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