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Many of the photographs in Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an Icon, which opens next month, belong to Audrey Hepburn’s sons.
It is the first time they have lent their personal photographs to an exhibition in this country.
concert in Louisville, Kentucky on June 22, the pop star finally got to meet a very special young fan: 7-year-old You Tube star Audrey Nethery!
Sharing their precious meeting on Instagram, the singer posted an adorable clip of the two boogieing down to “Love You Like a Love Song,” one of the tracks Audrey has sung and danced along to in one of her many viral videos.
Luca Dotti, Hepburn’s son from her second marriage to the Italian psychiatrist Andrea Dotti, is a graphic designer who lives in Rome with his wife and three children.
He believes that his mother’s defining characteristics – her generosity, warmth and professionalism – were forged during her difficult childhood.
In January 2016, Audrey’s father posted a video of the tiny dancer singing and dancing along to Selena’s 2011 single, “Love You Like a Love Song,” a clip which quickly racked up hundreds of thousands of views.
“She owned it fully.” The little girl, who hails from Kentucky, suffers from Diamond Blackfan Anemia, a rare disorder which requires her to undergo near-constant blood transfusions due to her body’s inability to produce red blood cells and circulate oxygen.But that doesn’t stop Audrey from doing what she loves most: singing and dancing her heart out.In 2015, her parents uploaded a handful of videos of their daughter dancing spiritedly at Zumba class, and the clips went viral, leading to features on .Hepburn was born in Brussels to a Dutch mother and an English father, who later enrolled her in boarding school in England.There is a little girl of around nine, smiling rather pensively at the camera; another in which a teenage Hepburn studiously practises her arabesques; and one that shows her smiling from ear to ear holding a bunch of flowers, having miraculously survived the Dutch “Hunger Winter” during the Second World War.
These are not the classic images of Audrey Hepburn “the star” by the likes of Irving Penn, Richard Avedon, Cecil Beaton and Norman Parkinson (although those are in the show, too), but perhaps they tell us more about who she really was.