Barbara Walters, a First Among TV Newswoman and Shah interviewer, Is Dead at 93
Walters hadn’t but said she never showed up without them from then on. They had several other meetings later, mostly in Hepburn’s living room where she would give Walters her opinions. These included that careers and marriage did not mix as well as her feelings that children and careers were out of the question as a combination. Walters said Hepburn’s opinions stuck with her so much, she could repeat them almost verbatim from that point onward.