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Audrey Hepburn married twice. She got engaged once but broke it off when her career was taking off. Here are some pictures of the wedding of Audrey Hepburn.

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Audrey Hepburn Wedding: Her First Engagement

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Audrey Hepburn first got engaged to a man called James Hanson.

She had a wedding gown designed by the famous Fontana Sisters.

She called off her wedding when she was in Italy filming "Roman Holiday" and felt that the demands of their careers would keep them apart most of the time."

The Fontana sisters, Micol and Giovanna founded their business in Rome in 1944. they were renowned for their highly romantic ball and bridal gowns.

The dress was already made when she decided to call the wedding off, so she gave the dress away to Amabile Altobella.

Amabile Altobella was a young girl from the town of Latina, Italy. Audrey had asked the Fontana Sisters to give the dress away, saying "I want my dress to be worn by another girl for her wedding, perhaps someone who couldn't ever afford a dress like mine, the most beautiful, poor Italian girl you can find."

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Audrey Hepburn's First Wedding

Audrey Hepburn Wedding

After meeting, working together and falling in love, Audrey and Mel Ferrer wed in Switzerland in September, 1954.

The couple also prepared to star together in the screen adaptation of Tolstoy's epic, War and Peace, directed by King Vidor.

See also Audrey Hepburn's Filmography.

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Audrey Hepburn Wedding of Her Second Marriage

Audrey Hepburn Wedding

On a cruise around the Greek Islands, love bloomed a second time for Audrey when she met Roman psychiatrist, Andrea Dotti, who was also on holiday.

On January 18, 1969 the couple wed in Morges, Switzerland. Audrey wore a simple pink wool dress and matching scarf designed by her dear friend, Hubert de Givenchy.

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