Classy Hollywood actress Katharine Hepburn channels her inner daredevil in this photograph!
Unfortunately, there isn’t any information that we can find that tells about the story behind this awesome photo. We, however, are certain that this isn’t the first time that Katharine did something you probably won’t expect from her! In any case, Katharine truly was a “modern woman.” An excellent actress, she was also known to not let the system and society dictate what she should and shouldn’t do as a female!
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