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Irving Penn, Corner Portrait, Betty McLaucklen & husband, New York, 1948 for Vogue Magazine

Irving Penn, Corner Portrait, Betty McLaucklen & husband, New York, 1948 for Vogue Magazine

The Duchess of Windsor, nee Wallis Warfield-Spencer, spent a considerable part of her life in Coronado, and still has family in Coronado. Photo courtesy Mark Gaulding, Duke & Duchess of Windsor Society.

The Duchess of Windsor, nee Wallis Warfield-Spencer, spent a considerable part of her life in Coronado, and still has family in Coronado. Photo courtesy Mark Gaulding, Duke & Duchess of Windsor Society.

Kirill Oreshkin le plus fou des daredevils russes 7 Kirill Oreshkin le plus fou des Daredevils russes vertige skywalker russie photo Kir...

Kirill Oreshkin le plus fou des daredevils russes 7 Kirill Oreshkin le plus fou des Daredevils russes vertige skywalker russie photo Kir...

a young Wallis Simpson her love story with Edward was a lonely one. Once he gave up  the throne for her the royal family would have nothing to do with them,their social life ended, they were shunned and she had to take care of a husband dying of lung cancer.

Wallis Simpson

a young Wallis Simpson her love story with Edward was a lonely one. Once he gave up the throne for her the royal family would have nothing to do with them,their social life ended, they were shunned and she had to take care of a husband dying of lung cancer.

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I love how mysterious this photograph is! I like that some aspects of the Image are more focused than others underwater image by jacob sutton

The flamingo brooch

Эдвард VIII и Уоллис Симпсон

"In the single year 1936 she became the most-talked-about, written-about, headlined and interest-compelling person in the world. In these respects no woman in history has ever equaled Mrs. Simpson, for no press or radio existed to spread the world news they made."

"In the single year 1936 she became the most-talked-about, written-about, headlined and interest-compelling person in the world. In these respects no woman in history has ever equaled Mrs. Simpson, for no press or radio existed to spread the world news they made."

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