Last Christmas Wham!
With the sad news that the actress has passed away age 89 we celebrate her most fabulous moments.
The American actress and model rose to fame at the tender age of just 19. She was admired for her deep gravely voice and her captivating beauty, appearing on the cover of 'Harper's Bazaar' magazine soon after she'd left school. Picture: Getty
Her first film 'To Have and Have Not' saw her star alongside her future husband and partner in both life and love, Humphrey Bogart. The actor was almost twice her age when they came together on screen for the first time. Originally called Betty, she was renamed Lauren for the screen by her first casting director Howard Hawks. Picture: Gett
The actress was a huge star of the film noir genre, starring in movies including 'Dark Passage' and 'How to Marry a Millionaire'. Picture: Doctormacro
The actors co-starred alongside a young Judy Garland in this film filled with self-discovery and music. Picture: Getty
The three stunning blondes pose for a portrait on the set of the 20th Century-Fox film in 1953. The film was Bacall's first foray into comedy and proved a smash hit across America. Picture: Getty
One of Hollywood's hottest couples cut their wedding cake with some help from the author Louis Bromfield in Ohio. Picture: PA
The couple look happy as they are sail Bogart's 28-foot boat at Balboa Bay. Picture: PA
The actress played Marilla Brown in the hilarious 1957 film. After rushing into marriage the clothing designer realises she doesn't have much in common with her new husband and hilarious consequences ensue. Picture: Doctormacro
In a later autobiography 'By Myself' the actress wrote: "one had to be addicted to nonconformity, staying up late, drinking, laughing and not caring what anyone thought or said about us." Picture: Getty
Tragically Bogart died of cancer aged 57 in 1957, survived by his wife and children. Picture: PA
The family are pictured leaving a London Airport for a week holiday in Biarritz in 1959. Picture: PA
"I was so blinded by Bogie I couldn't think of anything else," she gushed to the Associated Press in 1999. "All I thought of was being with him." Picture: PA
The actress is seen celebrating her Cecil B. DeMillie award backstage at the 50th annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills in 1993. The accolade is one of the highest awarded by Hollywood for an outstanding contribution to entertainment. Bacall received a second Golden Globe in 1997 for her portrayal of Hannah Morgan in 'The Mirror Has Two Faces'. Picture: PA
The Bogart estate confirmed her death on Twitter and stated "great gratitude for her amazing life." Picture: PA