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thegiftsoflife:    1967.  The Duke of Windsor, the pipe, and the covered neck.

thegiftsoflife: 1967. The Duke of Windsor, the pipe, and the covered neck.

HRH Edward VIII/The Duke of Windsor flashes his winning smile

HRH Edward VIII/The Duke of Windsor flashes his winning smile

The Duke of Windsor

The Duke of Windsor

The Duke and Duchess of Windsor arrive for the premiere of the motion picture, A King's Story. The movie chronicles the Duke's days as Edward VIII of Great Britain and ends with his renouncement of the throne to marry the former Wallace Warfield Simpson. The premiere was a benefit for the Hospital for Special Surgery.May 24, 1967.

The Duke and Duchess of Windsor arrive for the premiere of the motion picture, A King's Story. The movie chronicles the Duke's days as Edward VIII of Great Britain and ends with his renouncement of the throne to marry the former Wallace Warfield Simpson. The premiere was a benefit for the Hospital for Special Surgery.May 24, 1967.

1937 - Lou

1937 - Lou

"For their 20th anniversary, the duke of Windsor gave the duchess a heart-shaped diamond brooch with an emerald pattern script 'W' and 'E' intertwined and a ruby crown on the top. Edward always regretted that Wallis was never bestowed the designation of Her Royal Highness, so the crown was a part of their lifelong love code spoken in jewelry." (1957, Cartier)

"For their 20th anniversary, the duke of Windsor gave the duchess a heart-shaped diamond brooch with an emerald pattern script 'W' and 'E' intertwined and a ruby crown on the top. Edward always regretted that Wallis was never bestowed the designation of Her Royal Highness, so the crown was a part of their lifelong love code spoken in jewelry." (1957, Cartier)

Created by Cartier in 1935, this brooch and feathers representing the insignia of Wales was designed by the Duke of Windsor, Prince of Wales at the time, for his future wife.

Created by Cartier in 1935, this brooch and feathers representing the insignia of Wales was designed by the Duke of Windsor, Prince of Wales at the time, for his future wife.

the duke and duchess of windsor's foyer Paris

the duke and duchess of windsor's foyer Paris

The famous wedding dress of Wallis Simpson - ode to the non-white wedding dress

The famous wedding dress of Wallis Simpson - ode to the non-white wedding dress

wallis simpson | Wallis Simpson, icône de style

wallis simpson | Wallis Simpson, icône de style

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