03:13AM, Wednesday 29 February 2012
Veteran film and television star Stefanie Powers was greeted by an enthusiastic queue of fans when she visited Waterstone's book shop.
The legendary star of television's Hart to Hart was starring at Windsor's Theatre Royal in the play On Golden Pond. But she was happy to visit the nearby shop in Peascod Street to sign copies of her autobiography on Friday.
It has been quite a life - starring in films with John Wayne, Tallulah Bankhead and David Niven.
Her partnership with the legendary screen actor William Holden, helping found a haven for wildlife in Kenya, has brought her a different sort of fame as a leading figure in animal conservation.
She became President of the William Holden Wildlife Foundation and a director of the Mount Kenya Game Ranch in Kenya.
Stefanie is no stranger to Windsor, having starred at the Theatre Royal before and played polo at the famous club nearby.
Assistant manager at Waterstones Fraser Jansen said: "She was fantastic, taking time to talk to everybody. She still has the most beautiful skin. Without make-up and with her hair pulled back in a pony tail she looked marvellous."
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