Alice Frederica Keppel (née Edmonstone; 29 April 1868 – 11 September 1947) was a British society hostess and a long-time mistress of King Edward VII. Through her youngest daughter, Sonia Cubitt, Baroness Ashcombe, Keppel is the great-grandmother of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, the second wife of Charles, Prince of Wales History, Alice Keppel, Alicia Keppel, British, Edward Vii, Daughters, Royals Families, King Edward, Royals Mistress
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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.
Alice Keppel, mistress to Edward VII and great grandmother of Camilla Parker-Bowles (Alice certainly looks much better than Camilla)
Alice Frederica Keppel, née Edmonstone (1868-1947), was in Britain the mistress of Edward VII the most famous. Her daughter, Violet Trefusis (1894-1972) was a British writer, member of the British society. She is the great-maternal grandmother of Camilla Parker Bowles
Orange-sellers, cross-dressers, actresses and spies. Inspired by Madonna's biopic of Wallis Simpson, currently being filmed in London, we give you a gallery of the most fascinating royal mistresses in British history.
Alice Frederica Keppel, née Edmonstone (29 April 1868 – 11 September 1947) was a British socialite and a long-time mistress of King Edward VII, Her formal style after marriage was The Hon. Mrs George Keppel. Her daughter is English writer Violet Trefusis. She is the matrilineal great-grandmother of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, second wife of Charles, Prince of Wales.