After getting a divorce from her first husband in 1967, Julie met the love of her life: director Blake Edwards, whom she was married to from 1969 until his death in 2010. Edwards directed iconic films like Breakfast at Tiffany's, The Pink Panther, and 10, making him almost as legendary as his wife. Oh, and did we mention he directed Andrews in Victor/Victoria, the film from the previous slide? Talk about a power couple! - GoodHousekeeping.com
Probably my two favorite actresses of the times. <3 Julie Andrews and Audrey Hepburn >> “I [Julie Andrews] don’t think there was a soul who didn’t love her [Audrey Hepburn], and my husband [Blake Edwards] adored her too. I think I can honestly say if I hadn’t come into his life, she might have.” - Julie Andrews on Audrey Hepburn at a recent Breakfast at Tiffany’s anniversary event
JULIE ANDREWS "We wanted a child and weren't being successful," Andrews told PEOPLE in 1977 of adopting two Vietnamese orphans, Amy Leigh and Joanna Lynne (now in their 30s), with husband Blake Edwards. "It's been wonderful to watch two pale, sad-eyed creatures blossom." Now she's a grandmother to seven, saying, it's been "wonderful because you get all the fun and you get to spoil as much as you like."