Duchess of Windsor


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Noun1.Duchess of Windsor - United States divorcee whose marriage to Edward VIII created a constitutional crisis leading to his abdication
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She later became the Duchess of Windsor, after Edward VIII abdicated the throne because of his love for her.
She later became the Duchess of Windsor (left), after Edward VIII abdicated the throne because of his love for her.
She later became the Duchess of Windsor (above), after Edward VIII abdicated the throne because of his love for her.
Pictured above, she later became the Duchess of Windsor, after Edward VIII abdicated the throne because of his love for her.
1986: The Duchess of Windsor, the American widow of Edward, Duke of Windsor, died in Paris, aged 89.
Wallis, who later became known as the Duchess of Windsor, was an American socialite, who left her second husband to marry Edward, Prince of Wales.
1937: The Duke and Duchess of Windsor arrived in Berlin to meet Hitler, study housing conditions and hear a concert by the Nazi District Orchestra.
1987: The late Duchess of Windsor's jewels fetched PS31 million at auction.
The queen and the Duchess of Windsor had a great time until the latter's dogs misbehaved and annoyed the monarch.
She would regularly entertain the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, J.D.
The Frenchman began working at Croxteth after Lady Sefton had received a recommendation from the Duchess of Windsor.
HELLO GOODBYE HELLO: A CIRCLE OF 101 REMARKABLE MEETINGS offers up the witty British writer's collection of strange yet true stories of encounters between the rich and famous in a fine collection of strange celebrity meetings; from George Bernard Shaw's encounter with Harpo Marx in the nude to the Duchess of Windsor's tea with Hitler at Berchtesgaden.