He was walking on the way to the village smiling. A group of children started walking holding his hand. A little further on he saw a baby girl himself. He thought, why didn't the girl come with these children? He leaned forward, knelt down, talked to the girl and hugged her. In fact, the baby girl had polio. So he could not crowd into this group of children. She burst into tears. And no one noticed the baby before.
He took the baby girl in his arms and started walking. He is Audrey Hepburn. This is how Cole Dodge commemorated Audrey's 1989 visit to Bangladesh as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador.
He came to Bangladesh to see the various activities of UNICEF. Said about Bangladesh,
"The economy of this 16-year-old country may still be plagued by war, floods and famine. But it has a skilled workforce who is talented, hardworking and kind. This is a great asset for Bangladesh."
Flies often buzzed in front of children's bodies. Still, he hugged the children. Many people work a shyness in this regard. But Audrey didn't care. He was like Hamilton's flutist to the kids. He enchanted everyone around him with a strange hypnotic power.
Audrey Kathleen Ruston Hepburn was born on May 4, 1929, on the outskirts of Brussels, Belgium. Everyone in the family called him Adriyantajyan. Hepburn's mother is the daughter of a zamindar family and his father is a British banker. Hepburn happily spent the early days of his childhood. He learned Dutch and English from his parents. He then learned French, Spanish and Italian on his own. That is why the effect of any particular language in pronunciation could not be noticed.