Audrey Hepburn: the Breakfast at Tiffany's star remains a style symbol even 25 years after her demise (truth be told, individuals are as yet taking on the appearance of her for Halloween). She had a noteworthy influence in the notoriety of the little dark dress, and, with a 5'7″ stature and 110-pound weight, had a fortunate figure. Truth be told, many have theorized that she had a dietary problem, however she didn't. For the greater part of her grown-up life, she drove an extremely sound way of life. In a meeting with People, Hepburn's family uncovered the "mystery" to her long lasting thin figure—and there's truly nothing mystery about it.
As per Hepburn's child, Luca Dotti, his mom never consumed less calories; actually, she "adored Italian sustenance and pasta." He includes that she ate "a tad bit of everything," except ate more grains and less meat. Robert Wolders, Hepburn's better half throughout the previous 13 years of her life, likewise shares insights about her every day dietary patterns, and they're truly… typical. For breakfast, she would eat toast and stick; for lunch, veal, chicken, or pasta; and for supper, frequently soup with meat and veggies. After supper, Hepburn would enjoy a couple of bits of chocolate and frequently a tiny bit of Scotch also.
Nonetheless, Hepburn's weight wasn't generally solid; actually, she spent quite a bit of her childhood fighting starvation. She was conceived in 1929 in Europe, and lived in the Netherlands amid the German control of the country. For a horrible couple of years, she survived primarily on plants, for example, tulip knobs. Until the freedom of the Netherlands in 1945, she was debilitated with jaundice and perilously underweight. Be that as it may, as we probably am aware, she went ahead to lead an exceptionally sound way of life… also turn into a social symbol