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“The Duke and Duchess of Windsor imploring important Americans not to join the war on Britain’s side, it’s astonishing. It’s close to treachery actually.”

“The Duke and Duchess of Windsor imploring important Americans not to join the war on Britain’s side, it’s astonishing. It’s close to treachery actually.”

Queen Elizabeth II, Royality
REVEALED: King George set spies on brother Edward VIII amid fears he was Nazi sympathiser KING George VI spied on his brother Edward VIII after his abdication, amid suspicions the rogue royal and his American wife Wallis Simpson were Nazi sympathisers and passing information to the Germans, it has been claimed. The FBI also “targeted, tailed and tapped” the royal couple on the orders of US President Franklin D Roosevelt, according to a documentary to be shown tonight. Unearthing secret files locked in the royal archives for nearly 80 years, the second part of Spying On The Royals will show how Winston Churchill was outraged to discover that the Duke and Duchess of Windsor had tried to persuade influential Americans not to join the war effort in 1941. Professor Richard J Ald
Congratulation to Prince Charles and Camilla Parker on this big day

Congratulation to Prince Charles and Camilla Parker on this big day

Prince Charles, Royality
Prince Charles and Camilla wedding anniversary: Royal couple in pictures Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall celebrate their 12th wedding anniversary today. To mark the occasion, here is a look back at their love story in pictures. It is hard to believe that just 12 years ago, Camilla was considered “toxic” by the British public who were still mourning the loss of Princess Diana. Many begrudged Camilla for her role as the third person in the Prince and Princess of Wales’ marriage, and in the run-up to their wedding – a low-key civil ceremony at Windsor Guidlhall – there was even doubt over whether the Queen would attend. In the end the Queen skipped the ceremony, to avoid a conflict with her role as Supreme Governor of the Church of England, but held a reception