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King Edward VII and Wallis Simpson

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Edward Prince of Wales "David" & Wallis Simpson, later Duke & Dutchess of Windsor, On the move.

Edward Prince of Wales "David" & Wallis Simpson, later Duke & Dutchess of Windsor, On the move.

In August 1934, the prince took a cruise, and though both the Simpsons were invited, Ernest could not accompany his wife because of business commitments.  It was on this cruise, Wallis later stated, that she and Edward "crossed the line that marks the indefinable boundary between friendship and love"

Iconic couples: Wallis Simpson and Edward VIII

In August 1934, the prince took a cruise, and though both the Simpsons were invited, Ernest could not accompany his wife because of business commitments. It was on this cruise, Wallis later stated, that she and Edward "crossed the line that marks the indefinable boundary between friendship and love"

Young Wallis Simpson (Bessie Wallis Warfield-Spencer-Simpson) (1896-1986) USA wife of King Edward VIII “David” (Edward Albert Christian George Andrew Patrick David) (1894-1972) Prince of Wales UK, Duke & Duchess of Windsor

Young Wallis Simpson (Bessie Wallis Warfield-Spencer-Simpson) (1896-1986) USA wife of King Edward VIII “David” (Edward Albert Christian George Andrew Patrick David) (1894-1972) Prince of Wales UK, Duke & Duchess of Windsor

"'Go and change, you look awful in those shorts. Don't do that, oh those shoes!' She was like that to him all the time. He'd run away and change — anything to please her. Anything."

"'Go and change, you look awful in those shorts. Don't do that, oh those shoes!' She was like that to him all the time. He'd run away and change — anything to please her. Anything."

Wallis Simpson Duchess of Windsor | ... Rubin 1906 Kiev -2006 Paris) Wallis Simpson The Duchess of Windsor

Wallis Simpson Duchess of Windsor | ... Rubin 1906 Kiev -2006 Paris) Wallis Simpson The Duchess of Windsor

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