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He did, and rendered her insane by operating on her brain-after which he had placed her in a mental institution. Knight, this disgraceful plot backfired because Anne Crook had left her baby in the care of Mary Kelly, an amateur prostitute living in Free slut amy East End who, in collusion with three full-time whores, tried to blackmail the royal family. The result, stated Mr. Knight, was that the British prime minister, Lord Salisbury, sent Sir William to "eliminate" all those dangerous guttersnipes in a desperate last-ditch attempt to protect the British monarchy. To give the impression that a total madman was responsible, Sir William Gull had cut out the prostitute's wombs and ovaries or committed other atrocities, such as chopping off their breasts or ears.

Sir William is said to have died inbut there is doubt about this because, contrary to usual medical ethics, his death was certified by Dr. Theo Ackland, who just happened to be his son-in-law. Stephen Knight's findings were so well researched and convincing that somebody thought him dangerous. Perhaps that is why he was smeared by several newspapers, which tried to claim he had got his facts wrong. His book, which was originally published by Harrap inhas been reprinted twelve times since by Grafton Books of London. The whole Ripper saga has been confused, perhaps deliberately, Wendy engdahl slut various conflicting claims-the most ridiculous being that Moscow had sent a Russian spy over to kill those prostitutes, just to embarrass the British government.

No, that is not one of those anti-Kremlin jokes. Three years after the Ripper killings, Queen Victoria decided that Prince Eddy, then second in1ine to the English throne, needed a strong-willed wife to keep him in line. The woman chosen was the Princess of Teck, and she agreed to take on the job. The Buckingham Palace version is that he died of influenza, though other sources insist it was caused by a softening of the brain due to syphilis. His intended bride plunged herself into one year of mourning for her lost beloved.

After emerging from that mourning, Queen Victoria called her in and told her there had been a change of plan and she must marry Prince Eddy's brother, Prince George. We are told' she was "affronted and embarrassed" by the idea. But the truth is, she was most eager to be a possible queen and willingly obeyed. The story was then put out that the Princess of Teck had never really loved Prince Eddy but had always secretly loved his brother George, and the couple were speedily married two months later in July They enjoyed their honeymoon at Sandringham-where poor Prince Eddy had died just eighteen months earlier!

The diaries of various royals unnecessarily confirm that their marriage was one of total convenience and that no love was involved on either side. But the public was later told that their marriage developed into "a deep and lasting love. Her regal appearance hardly changed. Jeweled toques topped her tightly packed curls, and there was always the same style of coat and silver-topped cane. Her loyalty to the Crown was beyond any possible criticism-even to the point, as we have seen, of being willing to die for it rather than endanger the coronation of her grandchild, Elizabeth, in There has never been one breath of sexual scandal about her. It is not unkind to emphasize that she had not the slightest interest in sex.

Some historians have made this abundantly clear by recording her own comment that when her husband did visit her royal bedchamber to provide heirs, she "closed her eyes and thought of England. The big skeleton in her cupboard is that she was "unfortunately afflicted with kleptomania. When poor people steal, they are thieves. If Queen Mary liked a Georgian snuff box or a similarly valuable silver trinket when visiting the home of a friend, she swiped it. So many aristocrats complained to Buckingham Palace about her theft of their objects d'art that Queen Mary's lady-in-waiting was told to watch her like a hawk when she went visiting.

If she slipped something into her handbag, the lady-in-waiting would later retrieve it and mail it back to the owner with a covering letter stating that it had been taken "by mistake. Queen Mary was a disinterested mother who gave little love or cuddles to her children. When she died in her son, then the Duke of Windsor, told his wife, Wallis: At one time he shared a girl with his sexy and alleged "Ripper" brother, Prince Eddy. They kept her in a luxury apartment in London's St. But, after marrying, George is said to have settled down, and we are told he was a "paragon of virtue.

This surfaced in a French newspaper named The Liberator when he became king. Copies of the article were sent to all members of Parliament - obviously to ensure that the royals did not get the news smothered. It was terribly embarrassing because the story claimed that while in Malta, when he was still Prince George, the king had legally married a British admiral's daughter, Mary Culme-Seymour, and had sired several children by her. This was political dynamite because, if true, those children were claimants to the English throne. Furthermore, it was alleged that Prince George had decided to abandon Miss Culme-Seymour only when his brother Eddy died and the royal family delicately pointed out to him that, as second in line to the throne, he should quickly discard this little commoner.

The journalist who wrote this story was an E. Mylius and not surprisingly, he was charged with writing lies. If he had been allowed to get away with it. During the court hearing evidence was given that, quite apart from never having married Prince George, Mary Culme-Seymour had not even met him during the years in question to Journalist Mylius was found guilty in and sentenced to one year in jail. After serving his sentence, he had a pamphlet published in New York in which he produced evidence, in the form of British newspaper clippings, that witnesses had lied at his trial. This showed that Prince George had, in fact, met Mary Culme-Seymour in August when she opened the dancing with him at a large ball in Portsmouth.

Ah yes, said Mary Culme-Seymour, "I had forgotten about that. Mylius, who was still unable to get the justice to which he said he was entitled, commented that he found it rather difficult to believe a pretty young lady could forget the great honor of opening the dancing at a ball with a handsome prince. Intoward the end of World War I, the British public developed such a hatred of anything German that they kicked innocent little dachshund dogs in the streets. Some people even suspected the German-blooded British royal family of having secret sympathy for the hated "Kaiser Bill"-Wilhelm the Second-who was, of course, Queen Victoria's grandson.

So the magic royal wand was waved and overnight the royal family became known by the much more English-sounding name, Windsor. Another patriotic little story about King George is that he did not want to give Britain's Victoria Cross medal to America's "Unknown Soldier" when that revered serviceman was to be buried in Arlington National Cemetery in Quite definitely not, said the king. Even when his advisors explained that America had given its Congressional Medal of Honor to the British Unknown Warrior one year earlier, George was not impressed. He said it was ridiculous to compare the illustrious British VC with the Medal of Honor, which, he sneered, having been instituted in only"has no history behind it.

So six years was obviously a long time in the mind of old George Five.

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In the end, however, he was forced to grant the VC to the anonymous American when the Whitehall diplomats pointed out that America was a valuable ally and could not be insulted with a lesser medal. Fate sometimes plays cruel tricks, King George the Fifth insisted that his royal physician, Bernard Dawson, be sworn of the Privy Council-an extremely unusual honor for a doctor. Although his marriage to Wallis Simpson was described by Winston Churchill as "one of the greatest love stories of history," King Edward had sown a lot of engeahl oats in his youth. But he was double smart. To Wendy engdahl slut the gossip columnists writing scandal stories about his affairs, he only bedded married women.

Their husbands sslut not complain as it usually raised their social standing and even helped them make better contacts in the City, which brought them juicy contracts. One of his mistresses was Giulia Barucci. She was so open about it that she went around London bragging "I'm the greatest whore in the world. She was not his first titled lady. At the age of twenty-one he had sut his sexual thirst with the much older Lady Coke. But it wasn't Weny real thing so he moved on to Freda Dudley Ward, wife of a Liberal member engdahhl Parliament. Later, in September when Wallis Simpson was away on vacationit is said he dallied with Freda's sister Vera, who gave birth to a boy engdayl mid After being educated at Eton, that boy become an actor and played the part of Ned opposite Marlon Brando in the film Mutiny on the Bounty.

Seely admitted that he bore an extraordinary resemblance to the duke. But it has not hurt him socially. He still rides to hounds with the upper set-sometimes in the company of Prince Charles. As a child he was knock-kneed so they put his legs in painful iron braces to make him walk properly and appear perfect. To Webdy matters worse, his father, King George the Fifth, was a bad-tempered old bully when it came to disciplining kids and would threaten to punish the left -handed little weakling Wendy engdahl slut he Celeb dumpster slut stop whining.

That is probably why the highly nervous Bertie became terribly shy, developed an appalling stammer, nervous facial twitches, and a chronic stomach complaint. When Kingship was unexpectedly thrust upon Wenfy inhe told his wife he was terrified he would be unable to cope. Without that wife, he never would have managed. In truth, Elisabeth was the real ruler behind the throne but, just like any loving wife, she gave the outside world the impression that he wore the trousers. Even more shrewdly, she pressed Wndy point that engdahhl husband was a shy and sensitive man who, in spite of his terrible stammer and ill health, was absolutely determined to be a good king for them.

No wonder the British public came to love and admire him. Nobody in the history of the British royal family has ever manipulated the media sluut brilliantly as Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, who was later to sout world famous as the "Queen Mum. It makes me feel I can Wendt the [badly bombed] East End in the face. With the help of her husband, she gave the royal family the Wejdy of being typically "English" Wenxy more. She helped to condition the British public into forgetting about the German blood in the royal sout and the incredible Wrndy of names such as Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glucksburg, Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Wurttemburg, Teck, Hanover, and Wettin.

Yet even today, the real top-drawer aristocrats smile patronizingly at the Royal House of Windsor, saying "They are still Krauts after eengdahl, old chap. Great mystery surrounds her birth. It is definite that rngdahl mother, Lady Glamis, gave birth to her in August But incredibly, nobody seems willing to say where. Her father, Lord Glamis, illegally forgot to register the birth, and for that he had to pay a fine of ebgdahl shillings and sixpence. And when he did register the birth he deliberately, or accidentally, gave the wrong place of birth-for which he could have been fined under the Forgery Act.

So where was the Queen Mum born? In her wickedly irreverent book Queen Elizabeth, a Life of the Queen Mother Viking,the brilliant writer Penelope Mortimer tells us that the odds are strong that she was born in the backseat of a horse-drawn vehicle going through central London or parked under a lamppost. When asked to confirm or deny this, the Queen Mum answered, through a spokesman, that she "had no interest in the subject. Because "Some disrespectful people might hear it while sitting in public houses with their hats on! The Queen Mother also understood pictures. Skim through any of the thousands of photographs showing the Queen Mum standing outside Clarence House celebrating one of her many birthdays and you will see that she usually tilted her head slightly to one side.

Some Hollywood film stars can learn from that clever trick as it puts "movement" into what could otherwise look like a stiff or posed picture. Whenever the Queen Mum did it, she gave the impression that she was nodding to each and every one of us. Just like Queen Mary, there has never been one breath of sexual scandal associated with the Queen Mother although several gossip columnists forecast she would marry her long time friend, Sir Arthur Penn, after her shy, sensitive, and retiring husband died. But obviously, Sir Arthur was not one of the marrying kind. The only commoner we know to have kissed the Queen Mum full on the lips was the American president Jimmy Carter. He clearly did not turn her on, as the comment she leaked to the press was: Just like her mother, she has a perfect genius for the right kind of publicity.

Perhaps the best example of this came when a TV film unit was allowed to photograph her enjoying a family picnic in the grounds of her holiday home at Balmoral. The Queen shrewdly made a point of allowing the camera men to film her helping to wash and dry the plates and cutlery at the end of the meal. And, exactly as intended, this down-to earth ploy gave tremendous psychological reassurance to millions of suburban housewives who turned to their husbands snoring on the sofa and cooed: She's just like us really, isn't she?

The only scandalous thing we have read about her was written by Nigel Dempster, who has long been famous as the high society and royal gossip columnist of the Daily Mail. On the very first page of his super spicy book H. That raises a most fascinating question: Did Nigel not know that the queen's ancestor, Elizabeth the "Virgin Queen" who ruled from to was certainly no virgin? That she had several young lovers and, at the late age of fifty-four, even started a twelve-year affair with a handsome young fellow of twenty? Really, Nigel, you should never have associated our Queen Elizabeth with a shady lady like that. To be fair though, it must have been a genuine mistake because the Queen's name had never been tarnished by British press speculation about her love life.

In fact, only one English person has ever dared to mention the subject of sex in relation to Her Majesty the Queen. This was her son Prince Andrew, who once said: Charles and Diana by that entertaining American writer, Ralph G. Martin [Grafton Books, Writing in his diary, he stated that the handsome Philip of Greece "is to be our Prince Consort, and that is why he is serving in our Navy. How on earth could Henry Channon have been privy to such a secret? The answer is that he received it from an impeccable source-none other than Princess Nicholas of Greece, who told him, on January 21,that a marriage was "being arranged" between Philip and Elizabeth!

This rather contradicts the fairy-tale love-at-first-sight stories churned out by Buckingham Palace. Could this be the reason why Sir Henry "Chips" Channon has been denigrated by many historians as an "unreliable diarist" and "an American snob who was obsessed by titles and money? The son of a vicar, Ward was born in and traveled to America when' he was twenty. After studying at the College of Osteopathy in Missouri, he returned to London as a doctor and achieved success by giving relief to top-drawer people suffering backache and other muscular problems-such people as Winston Churchill, Mahatma Gandhi, Paul Getty, Nancy Astor, and Ava Gardner.

A sophisticated and elegant man, Stephen Ward also sketched portraits in pencil and crayon of such famous people as Princess Margaret, the Duke of Kent, the Duchess of Gloucester, and Prince Philip. Ward was not your tradesman's entrance type of artist who was summoned to the palace to do his sketches. He was friendly enough with Prince Philip to have lunched with him in central London. Philip also visited Ward's home several times. In the early sixties, Ward turned from giving the nobility relief for their back pains and focused on other parts of their anatomy. He introduced them to pretty young working-class "models," such as Christine Keeler and Mandy Rice-Davies who were only too delighted to oblige the noblesse by having sex with them, and even dressing up as nannies and spanking their bare bottoms for them.

Ward introduced Christine Keeler to Ivanov, but the plot went seriously wrong because Ward had also introduced Christine to John Profumo, who was then Her Majesty's war minister. Profumo had several sex sessions with Christine, the most famous of which took place in the bed of Profumo's actress wife, Valerie Hobson. When Fleet Street became aware of this adulterous relationship, Profumo tried to silence them by lying to Parliament that he had never had sex with Miss Keeler and that he would sue the pants off anyone who dared to say he had. When he was proven to be a liar, Profumo was forced to resign in total disgrace. This made world headlines and brought horrendous embarrassment to the Tory government.

To deflect the massive media heat from government, the British Establishment had to find a scapegoat. The man chosen was Stephen Ward, who was framed on a charge of living on the immoral earnings of Christine Keeler and Mandy Rice-Davies -although both women later admitted telling lies against Ward after being subjected to police pressure. Stephen Ward denied all the charges. Sir Colin, who died inis now known to have been a long-term propaganda agent for Britain's MI6. Ward said he had later been recruited by British Intelligence to persuade Captain Ivanov to defect, but that the intelligence boys had disowned him in order to avoid becoming embroiled in the Profumo scandal.

Ward was not believed at the time but, years later, several MIS officers admitted to various journalists that Ward had been telling the truth about being a secret agent for the British. Anyone wishing to know the full details can read two excellent books on the subject. An Affair of State: Both books convincingly demonstrate how Stephen Ward was framed by evidence produced in a manipulated trial, during which some of the main prosecution witnesses were later shown to have lied under oath. Stephen Ward cheated the court that found him guilty of living on immoral earnings. He committed suicide by swallowing a large number of Nembutal capsules. At the time, his sketches were on show in a Bloomsbury art gallery and something very odd took place there.

So ended Britain's favorite high society bedtime story. Untilthat is. This was when Anthony Summers co-author of Honeypot made the shocking allegation that photographs removed from the home of Stephen Ward showed a likeness of Prince Philip alongside various naked girls. Buckingham Palace did not react publicly to this distressing claim, although they let it be known that they considered it "outrageous. Millionaire John Profumo is still a member of high society.

After cleansing himself morally and publicly Wenfy working for a charity in London's East End, Buckingham Palace engeahl for him to be photographed shaking hands with Queen Elizabeth in In effect, this gave the royal seal of approval to the man who once laid a dubious lady on his wife's bed and then lied to Parliament. Four years later, just to prove that Her Majesty's highly bred, elegant, honorable, repentant and totally reformed former Minister of War really had Birmingham asian dating completely forgiven, the Queen agreed to the now sweet-smelling Emgdahl being accorded the high honor of the CBE-Commander of the British Empire.

Another naughty Weendy who was given the cleansing royal handshake in public was Major Ron Ferguson, the father of Prince Andrew's wife, Fergie. His sexy saga exploded in May when dngdahl British Sunday newspaper The People front-paged a fantastic scoop disclosing that Fergie's dad had been a regular Engdhl at a high-class London brothel. Covering its back against the predictable cries of "Lies, all damned lies," the newspaper published a photograph of the galloping major licking his lips salaciously as he emerged Wendy engdahl slut the brothel, which, for reasons of "respectability," called itself the Wigmore Massage and Sauna Club.

The People not only told how Fergie's father had paid blonde, brunette, and redhead prostitutes, but also published ejgdahl of three of the girls he had paid for sex and other excitements! One of the girls described what the major looked like without his clothing, including his freckles and "patchy scabs like eczema. The sexploits of Fergie's disgraced dad presented the Queen with a major problem. Although she was privately "fuming with anger" about his immorality or stupidity in being caughtit was more important to put on a great display of royal family unity. Ron Ferguson could not be fired from his job as polo manager to Prince Charles, and he could hardly be dropped socially as this would have been demeaning for his daughter, Fergie, the Duchess of York-as well as reflecting badly on Fergie's husband, Prince "Randy" Andy.

That is why, on June 5,the Queen gave Major Ron Ferguson that now-famous "royal pardon" handshake at a polo match. Not by coincidence, several press cameramen were there to record the royal "cleansing" operation, and next day, most British newspapers carried photographs of the Queen clasping the hand that had caressed those blondes, brunettes, and redheads. That handshake was a clear royal message to the terrible tabloids, which had been enjoying themselves immensely. She obviously thinks that perverts who consort with prostitutes are acceptable, while tax-fiddlers are not. And you or I can either like it or lump it. In a British paper secretly photographed her entering a London house for an alleged overnight rendezvous with Texas billionaire John Ward Hunt.

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