The National Portrait Gallery today announced that photographs of Audrey Hepburn, on loan from her sons Sean Hepburn Ferrer and Luca Dotti, will go on display in London this summer.

Mr Dotti said his mother would have been honored to have an exhibition dedicated to her: “We are thrilled to be able to support this comprehensive and beautifully curated exhibition dedicated to our mother, as it allows me and my brother Sean to grasp fragments of an otherwise unreachable past.”

Get a first look at some of the photos at the Evening Standard.

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While Audrey Hepburn's film and fashion innovations are celebrated long after her passing, some fascinating aspects of her personal life don't always get the same attention. In honor of her birthday today, The Huffington Post has compiled some lesser known facts about her. Read more ...

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A photography exhibition celebrating the life and career of British actress Audrey Hepburn will open at London's National Portrait Gallery in July 2015.

The show will chart her rise from West End chorus girl to one of Hollywood's most photographed stars and also document her later humanitarian work.

Classic images of the Breakfast at Tiffany's actress will be displayed alongside rarely seen family photos.

Read more at BBC News.

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Audrey Hepburn was not beautiful. That was her firm opinion, at least, if no one else's. ... Luckily for us, no one else agreed. And for a too-brief time, Audrey Hepburn brought gorgeous, elegant style to a crass, hard-nosed industry that immediately fell in love.

"Class," Billy Wilder marveled. "Someone who went to school, can spell, and possibly play the piano... You're really in the presence of somebody when you see that girl."

But Hepburn was also, not just a cultured young woman, but a fine and unaffected actress — as a new Blu-ray set helps prove.

And the older she got — the further she left Hollywood behind — the more beautiful she became.

Read more at The Star-Ledger.

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Some 21 years after her death, Audrey Hepburn—who would have been 85 years old on Sunday—continues to be the gold standard for class and glamour among Hollywood actresses.

... On the occasion of what would have been Hepburn’s birthday, Vanity Fair looks back at some favorite shots of the icon: a collection of captured moments of the star from the 1950s and 1960s.

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