On Sunday, Hollywood’s last golden age actress Olivia de Havilland died in Paris at age 104 while sleeping.
Her most famous role, in the epic Gone with the Wind, was that of the virtuous Melanie opposite the wayward Scarlett by Vivien Leigh.
Throughout the gossip pages, her relationship with her sister, the actress Joan Fontaine, was a frequent subject of speculation.
She was the oldest living actress to have won an Oscar at the time of her death.
The actress was born in Tokyo on 1 July 1916 to Walter, a British patent lawyer and his actress wife Lilian.