Even when sporting a funny face, Audrey Hepburn still managed to look pretty!
The photo above was taken at the set of Hepburn’s movie, “How to Steal a Million.” Released in 1966, the heist comedy film was directed by William Wyler and shot in France. Also starring alongside the actress were Eli Wallach, Hugh Griffith, and Charles Boyer. On a side note, did you know that the clothes Hepburn worn in this film were designed by Givenchy?
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