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We're on our way to southern Missouri for a weekend getaway but before we begin our road trip, I wanted to leave you with a little Audrey.

 Oh and before I forget, the winner of the wooden cherry brooch giveaway is.....Sean MacKenzie from The Fictionista

Congratulations! please email me with your mailing address. Everyone else, stay tuned, we have another lovely giveaway coming this week.

Embed from Getty Images Anyway, on to Audrey, who made fashion history in her little black dress in Breakfast at Tiffany's. I think Audrey was one of the most influential fashion icons of all time. She always looked so flawless!

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Did you know?

Audrey's mother, Ella was a Baroness and her father was a banker.

Audrey's famous role of Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany's was originally intended for Marilyn Monroe.

Embed from Getty Images While she was a child, living in the Netherlands during the war, Audrey went by the name Edda van Heemstra Hepburn-Ruston to avoid suspicion by the Nazis.

Before acting, Audrey was trained as a dental assistant and as a young girl, she dreamed of becoming a ballerina.

Audrey had two sons, Luca and Sean

Audrey spent a great deal of time working as a humanitarian. She was appointed "Goodwill ambassador of UNICEF