Audrey Hepburn's relationship with Rome went beyond her first role in "Roman Holiday," and the proof will be on display at the Ara Pacis Museum in Rome, starting today. Coinciding with the 50th anniversary of "Breakfast at Tiffany's," the exhibit, "Audrey in Rome," will display images, videos and personal belongings from Hepburn's three lives in the city -- as an actress ("Roman Holiday," "The Nun's Story," "War and Peace"), mother and UNICEF Ambassador. The actress lived in Rome following her marriage to Andrea Dotti, an Italian nuero-psychiatrist, with whom she had a son.
A portion of the funds from the exhibit will go to support UNICEF, a cause Hepburn dedicated herself to in her later years. Check out a small sampling of what will be on display at Ara Pacis until Dec. 4 of this year.