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    Freda Dudley Ward, mistress of the Prince of Wales from 1918 to 1923.

    Freda Dudley Ward, former girlfriend of Prince Edward VIII, who died in 1983 at the age of 88.

    The forgotten son of George V. Prince John suffered with epilepsy, & spent most of his life away from publicity. The picture shows him with his beloved Nanny 'Lalla' Bill, who was devoted to him. He died in 1919, at the age of 13yrs.

    (Stuart, not Tudor, but close enough) The Armour of Henry, Prince of Wales, 1608 at Windsor Castle England

    Alice Edmonstone-Keppel (1868-1947) Scotland, portrait in 1884 by unknown artist. Wife of George Keppel & mistress of King Edward VII (Albert Edward) (1841-1910) Prince of Wales, UK. She became a unique royal mistress who influenced UK politics using her open relationship with the King. King Edward VII's death made Keppel so hysterical that at his deathbed she had to be dragged out of his room by guards. Both Alice’s husband George & Edward’s wife Alix were aware Alice was his mistress.

    Prince John, The Lost Prince: Prince John (12 July 1905 – 18 January 1919) was the youngest son of King George V and Queen Mary. The Prince had epilepsy and consequently was largely hidden from the public eye. At the time of his birth, he was sixth in the line of succession.

    The sweetest picture ever made for a royal engagement - Princess Irene of Hesse and Prince Heinrich of Prussia.

    Cute pic of the queen with her daughter-in-law, Prince Edward’s wife, Sophie Rhys-Jones

    Not originally published in LIFE. Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip leave Westminster Abbey after their wedding, Nov. 20, 1947.

    The young Prince Edward, known in his family as David (later King Edward VIII/Duke of Windsor)

    Young Prince Edward (Prince of Wales, King Edward VIII, Duke of Windsor)

    A gentlemen tips his hat to a group of ladies in this 1920's photo. I wish men still did that.

    King Edward VII when he was Prince of Wales. He is great grandfather of HM Queen Elizabeth II and is eponymous with the Edwardian Age.

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

    The Duke and Duchess of Windsor

    King Edward VII with his grandson Crown Prince Olaf of Norway (later The King of Norway).

    Princess Maud of Wales, later Queen Maud of Norway. (Gracious, look at that waist!)