Edward VII


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Edward VII

1841-1910.
King of Great Britain and Ireland (1901-1910) who traveled much of Europe to improve Britain's international relations and was known for his elegant, sporting style.

Edward VII

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(Biography) 1841–1910, king of Great Britain and Ireland (1901–10); son of Queen Victoria
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Noun1.Edward VII - King of England from 1901 to 1910Edward VII - King of England from 1901 to 1910; son of Victoria and Prince Albert; famous for his elegant sporting ways (1841-1910)
Saxe-Coburg-Gotha - the name of the royal family that ruled Great Britain from 1901-1917; the name was changed to Windsor in 1917 in response to anti-German feelings in World War I
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In 1870, the Prince of Wales, later Edward VII, was a witness in a divorce case when Lady Mordaunt falsely accused him of being her lover.
The star, whose career on stage and screen spanned more than half a century, died at the Edward VII Hospital in Midhurst, West Sussex, early today.
A STATUE of King Edward VII, paid for by readers of the Birmingham Mail will l return to the city centre next week after an absence of almost 60 years.
Sir Michael Stoute used the same venue for King Edward VII Stakes contender Al Tharib (Wayne Goldsborough), who looked in good nick with Great Hawk and Lacework (JD Smith).
One photograph shows the coach being used at the 1902 Coronation of King Edward VII.
Pupils as young as 14 will be allowed to light up at break times outside the grounds of King Edward VII upper school in Sheffield.
The Queen's 70-year-old sister was admitted to the private King Edward VII Hospital on Wednesday suffering a severe loss of appetite after a suspected second stroke just before Christmas.
It is a rare hospital stay for the Queen who, it is thought, was last admitted overnight in July 1982 when she had a wisdom tooth extracted at the King Edward VII.
Lillie's husband Edward and Bertie's wife Alexandra turned a blind eye to affair and when he was crowned King Edward VII in 1902, he reserved the best seats in Westminster Abbey for his lovers, including Alice Keppel - great grandmother of Camilla Parker Bowles.
More than 70 homes are planned at the old King Edward VII Memorial Hospital in Hatton.
THE restoration and relocation of the magnificent statue of King Edward VII to the city centre is excellent news (Birmingham Mail, July 23).
A PURSE of pounds 200,000 is being offered for a European Group 2 race for the first time after Ascot announced major prize-money increases for both the King's Stand Stakes and King Edward VII Stakes at this year's Royal meeting, writes Lee Mot-tershead.