In 1971, photographer Henry Clarke captured new mother Audrey Hepburn barefoot and happy at La Paisible, the Swiss getaway she described as being “even more a real home than our apartment in Rome because it has a garden and trees.” Here, reads the photo’s caption: “Audrey, who has always had ‘a passion for the outdoors, for trees, for birds and flowers,’ chuffs Luca past the vegetable garden, a fact from her dream of being able to ‘give this to my child.’ ” Photographed by Henry Clarke, Vogue, April 1, 1971

In 1971, photographer Henry Clarke captured new mother Audrey Hepburn barefoot and happy at La Paisible, the Swiss getaway she described as being “even more a real home than our apartment in Rome because it has a garden and trees.” Here, reads the photo’s caption: “Audrey, who has always had ‘a passion for the outdoors, for trees, for birds and flowers,’ chuffs Luca past the vegetable garden, a fact from her dream of being able to ‘give this to my child.’ ” Photographed by Henry Clarke, Vogue, April 1, 1971