Audrey Hepburn, My Fair Lady by Cecil Beaton
He wrote: “Her stance is a combination of an ultra-fashion plate and a ballet dancer.
Her features show character rather than prettiness. “Her voice is peculiarly personal,
with its unaccustomed rhythm and sing-song cadence that develops into
a flat drawl that ends in a childlike query. It has a quality of heartbreak.
“Intelligent and alert, wistful but enthusiastic, frank yet tactful,
assured without conceit and tender without sentimentality.”