That reports Page Six. The book Dutch Girl: Audrey Hepburn and World War II appears next year February.
It is not the first time that a link is established between the Dutch resistance and the actress. One of her biographers had previously written about, but in 2016, concluded the Airborne Museum in Oosterbeek that there is no evidence that Hepburn ever do anything with the resistance.
According to Matzen is there evidence that Hepburn connections with leaders of the resistance and the resistance worked. On what evidence that is, in silence Page Six.
In the foreword of the book writes son Luca Dotti that for him much has become clear about the life of his mother in the war. “I understand now why the words Good and Bad and Love and Grace is so important to her.” He also says now to see why his mother some facts from her life hidden.
Audrey Hepburn was in the fifties and sixties a world star. She acted in blockbusters like Breakfast At Tiffany’s, My Fair Lady and Roman Holiday. For that last film, she was rewarded with an Oscar. In addition to her film career, she was also known for her work for Unicef. The actress died in 1993.