She won our hearts in movies like Funny Face, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Sabrina and Roman Holiday, while her impeccable style still inspires today. But while we all know the image of elegant Audrey in, say, her Holly Golightly ensemble, you might not recognize the icon in these candid shots.
Before her career skyrocketed, Hepburn lounged on the roof with other chorus girls from the show "Sauce Tartare" at London's Cambridge Theatre.
Ever wonder where Hepburn got her ? It was from her mother, Dutch Baroness Ella Van Heemstra. Here, the pair walk alongside one another in Rome.
A trained ballerina, Hepburn was well-versed in the art of dance. Here, she practices at the barre.
Leave it to this fun-loving lady to make even the coldest of days look like a grand ol' time.
Hepburn takes a minute to herself on the set of Sabrina, the film that eventually made her a massive star. She's wearing a hat by Hubert de Givenchy, whose designs she would become .
After filming Roman Holiday in New York City, Hepburn returned home to a big "welcome back" cake at the Claridge's Hotel in London.
Only Hepburn could look this stunning while getting ready.
Looking ethereal and thoughtful in a stunning color photo, Hepburn writes a letter while sitting on a log.
Naturally, Hepburn would be great with animals. Here, she poses holding a young deer.
Mel Ferrer and Hepburn affectionately look at their son Sean Hepburn Ferrer, born in 1960.
How cute is Hepburn's fluffy pet poodle? Here, she poses with the pup while on a film set. Don't you wish you could bring your dog to work like this?
Both Hepburn and her husband Mel Ferrer are looking great in checker-print pieces while posing with a bull.
That's right, she even loved the fish! Well, this one's not technically alive, but still, you can see the delight in her eyes.
Everyone needs a touchup now and again, even Audrey Hepburn. Behind the scenes of How to Steal A Million, she sits in the .
Hepburn barely looks bothered that this dove is perched right on her shoulder. Talk about a !
Of course Hepburn looks fantastic even when drenched, swimming in the South of France while filming Two for the Road.
Before models made goofy facial expressions all over Instagram, Hepburn led the pack with her cute and funny faces, like this one on the set of How to Steal A Million in Paris.
While shooting Two for the Road, Hepburn took a quick break for some cricket. Now, if only we could keep our hair looking so nice while playing sports.
Looking like an especially glamorous spy, Hepburn walks (holding an image of herself, no less) in New York wearing a camel-colored trench and cool shades.
Even famous actresses need to take a breather sometimes. In this portrait, Hepburn has a moment to herself while wearing a chic hat and pretty pearl earrings.
Looking every bit the cool couple, Hepburn walks alongside her husband, psychiatrist Andrea Dotti, in Rome.
A big consistent in Hepburn's career: The ability to for any occasion. She attended the 47th Academy Awards wearing a marvelous beaded and bow-tied design.
Hepburn attended plenty of soirees in her life, including Art Buchwald's party at The Bistro in Los Angeles, a snapshot of which is seen here.
Somehow, Hepburn manages to make even look good, as proven by this shot with Ben Gazzara from the set of They All Laughed.
Proving that age means nothing when it comes to beauty, Hepburn poses for a photo at the Oscars de la Mode at the Paris Opera House.
Considering she was one of the design world's biggest darlings, it makes sense that she remained close friends with designers like Yves Saint Laurent, seen here with Hepburn in Paris.
Recognize that face on the right? It's a 32-year-old Kevin Spacey. Here, he and Hepburn pose with a guest at the Minskoff Theatre in New York City. Hepburn was 62.
Don't forget all the beauty that Hepburn brought to the world. Add this graphic to your Pinterest boards before you go.