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His other more established mistress Freda Dudley Ward disappeared to the background a little, but she could never truly replace her. Thelma was the light entertainment to him, while Freda was more serious. He continued to call Freda every morning and he visited her almost every afternoon. Thelma's husband took it all stride.

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The photos are believed to have been given to socialite Freda Dudley Ward, a member of the Birkin family and the mistress of the then Prince of Wales. The images are being sold by the great-granddaughter of Freda's maid. Ward had a 15-year relationship with Edward, starting in 1918, when they met during a Zeppelin raid; during their decade.

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(public domain) Winifred May Birkin, better known as Freda Dudley Ward, was born on 28 July 1894 as the eldest of the three daughters and one son of Charles Wilfred Birkin and Claire Lloyd Birkin (née Howe). Freda's first husband was William Dudley Ward, and they married on 9 July 1913.

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Freda Dudley Ward, mistress of the Prince of Wales, later King Edward VIII, who was married to Southampton MP William Dudley Ward. Others in the exhibition include the city's first female mayor.

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Dudley Ward died in 1983 at the age of 88 and never spoke of the affair. Richard Davie, director of International Autograph Auctions, said the letter gave an insight into Edward's thinking and.

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Portrait of Freda Dudley Ward. In 2006, the library bought 10 of the future monarch's impassioned letters to Freda, written from Australia in 1920. For years they had remained unread, along with.

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The letter to his mistress Freda Dudley Ward was written when he was the Prince of Wales in 1919. The love letter from Edward VIII has fetched more than £7,000 at auction (Cheffins/PA) PA Media.

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English socialite Freda Dudley Ward (1894 - 1983, left) and Lady Birkenhead (1913 - 1992, right) at the christening of Adrian Michael Berry at Gray's Inn Chapel, London, 19th October 1937. Adrian is the son of Lady Birkenhead's brother Michael Berry and his wife Pamela. (Photo by Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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The letter, written to his mistress Freda Dudley Ward, has emerged for sale. Edward was in Germany visiting British troops and appeared to try and use his brother's death as an excuse to return.

John Singer Sargent Freda Dudley Ward (1921) MutualArt

Freda Dudley Ward Winifred May Mones, Marquesa de Casa Maury (née Dudley Ward) (28 July, 1894 - 16 March, 1983), was an English socialite best known for being a mistress of the Prince of Wales Freda Dudley Ward was the daughter of British Colonel Charles Wilfred Birkin and his American wife, Claire Lloyd Howe.

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Earl Crawley feels honor-bound to prevent a 'monarchy crisis' when a compromising letter from Mrs. Freda Dudley-Ward, the Prince of Wales' mistress, is stolen from lady Rose by socialite crook Terence Sampson, already caught cheating at cards by Edith's friend Michael Gregson and trusted to stoop to blackmail or worse, so John Bates is sent to.

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Freda Dudley Ward Winifred May Mones, Marquesa de Casa Maury (née Birkin, formerly Dudley Ward; 28 July 1894 - 16 March 1983), commonly known by her first married name as Freda Dudley Ward, was an English socialite. She was best known for being a married paramour of Edward, Prince of Wales, who later became Edward VIII. Biography

Edward VIII LOVED the ladies. Then along came Mrs Simpson Daily Mail

Dating from 1919, the images are estimated to be worth between $1200 to $1800. The two photos are thought to be previously owned by Freda Dudley Ward, a member of the Birkin family and former.

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Freda married William Dudley Ward, an emerging Liberal politician, in 1913 when she was 18 years old. The couple went on to have two daughters together - Penelope and Angie.

Mrs Freda Dudley Ward, 1921, Oil on canvas, 146 x 166 cm Stair Sainty

In 1918 he first met Freda Dudley Ward in London. It was a chance meeting but he was soon Infatuated with her and she became his mistress. Freda was the married daughter of Colonel Charles Birkin and his wife, Claire Birkin, of Lamcote House, Radcliffe on Trent. The Birkin family were renowned lace manufacturers in Nottingham.

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A love letter sent from Edward VIII to his married mistress Freda Dudley Ward is to be sold at auction. (Cheffins/ PA) Sam Russell October 8, 2021 A love letter from Edward VIII which reflects.

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