Baku. 14 June. REPORT.AZ/ A series of never-before-seen letters written by Audrey Hepburn will be auctioned on June 29 in London.
Report informs, the 10 letters were penned between 1951 and 1960 to her mentor and lifelong friend Sir Felix Aylmer.
They reveal details of a dramatic decade of the screen siren's life as she rose from an unknown ballerina to Hollywood fame.
In them she mentions her broken-off engagement, marriage, miscarriages and the birth of her first child.
The letters are estimated to sell for up to £4,000.
In one of the letters, dated 1951, a then 22-year-old Hepburn, wrote: "Would you believe it. I'm in Monte Carlo working on a French picture. The place is heavenly and this is the best thing that's ever happened to me."
The actress was referring to filming Monte Carlo Baby, one of her very first movies.