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1954 EXCELLENT Photo - Duke & Duchess of Windsor Against the Wind

1954 EXCELLENT Photo - Duke & Duchess of Windsor Against the Wind

As the Prince of Wales, Edward poses with future wife Wallis Simpson and dogs at Fort Belvedere, Windsor

The Duke of Windsor in never-before-seen photo

If there were ever two people who deserved to be hanged, drawn and quartered - it was these two money wasting traitors. Please ckeck it out. As the Prince of Wales, Edward poses with future wife Wallis Simpson and dogs at Fort Belvedere, Windsor

Duchess Of Windsor by Cecil Beaton

Wallis, Duchess of Windsor; Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor (King Edward VIII) - National Portrait Gallery

Auction of Jewelry Owned by Edward VIII, Wallis Simpson Sells for $1M

WASHINGTON, February Sotheby's auction of a collection of treasures owned by Wallis Simpson and Edward VIII, Duke and Duchess of Windsor,

Edward Prince of Wales "David" & Wallis Simpson, later Duke & Dutchess of Windsor, 1940.

Edward Prince of Wales "David" & Wallis Simpson, later Duke & Dutchess of Windsor,

WALLIS WARFIELD SIMPSON with her long-time friends Katherine and Herman Rogers at their home "Lou Vei" in the South of France where she fled in the wake of press harassment & death threats in December 1936. From there she begged David - fruitlessly - not to abdicate.

Based on the true and legendary love Story of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor.

The Duke and Duchess of Windsor with Elsa Maxwell at the Waldorf Astoria for the April in Paris Ball.

The Duke and Duchess of Windsor with Elsa Maxwell at the Waldorf Astoria for the April in Paris Ball.

1943 Press Photo Duke and Duchess of Windsor greeted by Lt John Roosevelt USN

1943 Press Photo Duke and Duchess of Windsor greeted by Lt John Roosevelt USN

Edward Windsor, Wallis Simpson, Edward Viii, Press Photo, Roosevelt, Duke, Pancakes, Roosevelt Family, Pancake

Wallis & Edward - After the abdication, Edward was made Duke of Windsor by his brother, the now-King, who took the name George VI. Wallis was styled Duchess of Windsor but by a new statute created just for her, she was not called "Her Royal Highness". This is much discussed in Kitty Kelly's book The Royals, where she states that George's wife, Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon better known as the Queen Mother, was jealous of Bessie because she had wanted to marry Edward herself.

King Edward VII gave up the British Throne and country to marry the twice divorced American socialite Wallis Warfield Simpson in making them the Duke and Duchess of Windsor.