Audrey Hepburn Research Paper

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“I believe in pink. I believe that laughing is the best calorie burner. I believe in kissing, kissing a lot. I believe in being strong when everything seems to be going wrong. I believe that happy girls are the prettiest girls. I believe that tomorrow is another day and I believe in miracles.” This among many other quotes have impacted my life, people like Audrey Hepburn and Irene Saez have been an inspiration to me an the ones I look up to, since a few years ago. At my very short age I have been diagnosed with CMP and breast nodules. This is where Hepburn —former actress and UNICEF ambassador— gave me hope on many rough path of my life where I had to believe in miracles and that tomorrow is another day. Lastly, Irene Saez who won Miss Universe…show more content…
She brings to light parts of me that no one knows— I was a model for many years and retired due to self-esteem issues— and also reminds me that gender is not a limitation point. Even though they are not equal to each other on a matter of audience, Audrey Hepburn and Irene Saez influence have helped me overcome myself. If it is true that the perfect woman does not exist, Audrey Hepburn came very close. This is part of their history. Hepburn was born on 4 May 1929 in Brussels, Belgium. She was an actress, model and dancer. Although she was an icon of fashion, always faithful to her friend and designer Givenchy, Hepburn’s fragile life was more reserved and humble than most of the great figures of cinema of her time. She showed that the natural elegance has nothing to do with the jewels and refused to be Tiffany’s jewelry image popularized in the famous movie. She combined…show more content…
Saez, unlike most ex-misses, did not get involved in the Venezuelan television not as an entertainer or as an actress, although she remained in the Venezuelan social life, sporadically participating as a guest on television programs and shows. After participating in beauty pageants, Saez studied Political Sciences (Political and Administrative Studies) at the Central University of Venezuela. Then decides to enter politics, she ran and won the title of Mayor of Chacao, as for which later was reelected. Her work was notorious and widely advertised. She was also a candidate for the presidency of the Venezuelan Republic and Governor of the Nueva Esparta state. “The Times of London ranked her 83rd in its list of the 100 most powerful women in the world, and presidential rumors multiplied” (Jones, 2008). Participating in the Miss Universe pageant is harder than you might think. It is not just a matter of beauty; it requires discipline, emotional preparation, general knowledge and intellectual disposition. Actually, she said that a competition of this type does not define you as the most beautiful woman in the

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