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    1927: The Prince of Wales, later King Edward VIII, with his brother, the Duke of Kent, on their American Tour, both in top hats and tails. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)

    The Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII/Duke of Windsor) and The Duke of Kent, 1927.

    The prince of Wales, later King Edward VIII and then Duke of Windsor

    Edward VIII The Prince of Wales (later King and Duke of Windsor)

    Edward Prince of Wales (Later KING EDWARD VIII/THE DUKE OF WINDSOR)

    Prince Edward, later King Edward VIII and later still, Duke of Windsor, in his Masonic gear.

    HRH The Prince of Wales (afterwards King Edward VIII and Duke of Windsor)

    Prince Edward of York, later Prince of Wales, Edward VIII, and Duke of Windsor

    Postcard His Royal Highness The Prince Of Wales King Edward VIII, and even later, the Duke of Windsor.

    Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor (King Edward VIII)

    King Edward VIII

    H.R.H. The Duke of Windsor (formerly King Edward VIII) – 1971.

    Edward VIII- The Duke of Windsor dressed as an American Indian. Handsome & charming, his world tours as Prince of Wales made him an enormously popular celebrity around the world. He was especially taken with the United States.....

    The Duke of Windsor (1894 - 1972), who reigned briefly as King Edward VIII in 1936, as a boy, holding his baby brother Prince George, Duke of Kent, 1902 - two future kings (one born to the throne, the other never expecting it).

    Prince George, Duke of Kent with his son Edward, present Duke of Kent

    Prince Edward, the Duke of Kent.

    HM Queen Mary with her two eldest sons, Edward Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII) and Prince Albert (later King George VI).

    Edward Prince of Wales future Edward VIII.

    H.R.H. Edward VIII. - the king who abdicated

    Father and son : King George V with his son Edward, Prince of Wales (Later King Edward VIII/The Duke of Windsor). They were opposites who did not get along. Before he died the King predicted that David would 'ruin himself within a year'.

    The young Prince Edward, known in his family as David (later King Edward VIII/Duke of Windsor) in 1911 at his investiture as Prince of Wales. Age 17.