Ok for I know u will hate me for doing this, but I had too!!!!

" use your knowledge and your heart to stand up for who can't stand, speak for thosethose who can't speak" - Julie Andrews speaking at the University of Colorado in May 2013

Fanboy Crash Course : Fanboys bottle their feels. They do not cry over a sad moment, death etc....UNTIL EVENTUALLY HR GLASS SHATTERS AND WE'RE A TOTAL MESS AND WE CALL OUR BOOK "MY PRECIOUS"

But wouldn't you fangirl if you just met JulIE ANDREWS?<----- Julie Andrews: the dream grandma!

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

14 Stunning Photos of Julie Andrews Over the Years

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

Costumes worn by Julie Andrews "Maria" and the "Von Trapp children" from The Sound of Music

Costumes worn by Julie Andrews "Maria" and the "Von Trapp children" from The Sound of Music - I'd love to make the same but different outfits for my girls, like these ones in TSOM.

Julie Andrews and director Blake Edwards on location filming

Julie Andrews: I'm "Still Dealing" With Death of Husband Blake Edwards

Julie Andrews and Rex Harrison in the Broadway production of "My Fair Lady," 1956. My mum had this record and we played it to death 😊

Julie Andrews and Rex Harrison in the Broadway production of "My Fair Lady," 1956. My mum had this record and we played it to death 😊

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