Even at the amazing age of 88, Julie Andrews still enjoys and gets inspired by music. Reports from RadarOnline say that the beloved actress, known for her role in The Princess Diaries, often fills her Hamptons home with her favorite show tunes. It’s like a symphony of melodies that brighten her mood and make her happy.
A close friend of Julie Andrews shared that she has a deep love for music, and every moment in her life is filled with gratitude for the simple and touching joys. From laughing with family and friends to enjoying the smell of fresh flowers, her days are full of things that make her really happy.
On her recent birthday, October 1, Julie celebrated in her own special way. She was seen at the Sag Harbor farmers market, picking out fresh flowers, and even though she used a walking cane for support, she greeted the paparazzi with a real smile that showed warmth and joy.
Talking about her last birthday, Julie said, “I spent it surrounded by my loving family at home. The next evening, we went out for a wonderful dinner. The many birthday wishes and kind gestures really touched my heart.”
In a lovely chat with Vanity Fair in 2022, Julie Andrews fondly remembered her famous role as Mary Poppins in the Disney classic. She said, “Working on such a groundbreaking project for Walt Disney and singing the Vaudeville-style songs of Mary Poppins was a truly special experience.” She went on, “Songs like ‘Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious’ and ‘Jolly Holiday’ brought back the charm and joy of English vaudeville tunes.”
Julie Andrews started her journey in entertainment with roles in Broadway hits like My Fair Lady (1956) and Camelot (1960). Her charm and talent have stayed strong over the years. Recently, she enchanted audiences as the voice of Lady Whistledown in the hugely popular Netflix series, Bridgerton.
In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, when asked if she might appear in person on Bridgerton, Julie firmly said no. She explained, “The identity of Lady Whistledown is known, so my role remains just my voice. But I treasure every moment of it.”