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117,965.  And in 1910 King Edward died and was buried beneath the soil to rule over his fellow potatoes for all eternity.  (Great Britain & Edward VII)  Cunk on Britain s1e4, BBC 2018

 

 

30,960.  Edward was a reluctant king ... He inherited less power than ever before.  (England & Great Britain & Edward VII)  Dr Lucy Worsley, Fit to Rule: How Royal Illness Changes History: Happy Families III

 

 

32,363.  The man of whom many predicted would be a disaster turned out to be the king who reinvented monarchy for the modern age.  Timewatch: Edward VII – Prince of Pleasure

 

32,364.  Despite Bertie’s lack of academic promise, at the age of seventeen he was packed off to university.  The prince took every opportunity to give his royal minders the slip.  And applied himself enthusiastically to the study of gambling, horses and strong cigars.  ibid.

 

32,365.  In 1870 his secret life was exposed in a most shocking public manner.  In 1869 the Prince of Wales began a flirtation with the twenty- one-year-old Lady Harriet Mordaunt, wife of a prominent member of parliament.  In the summer of 1869 Harriet’s husband, a keen sportsman, went on a fishing trip to Norway.  Bertie took the opportunity to enjoy Harriet’s company at her country residence Walton Hall ... Bertie faced disgrace in the witness box of a divorce trial.  The case was front-page news.  ibid. 

 

32,366.  As youth gave way to an increasingly corpulent middle age the Prince threw himself body and soul into a life of leisure.  ibid.

 

32,367.  Bertie continued to work his way through a series of mistresses.  Including Lillie Langtry, and one Jennie Churchill, mother of a pushy young lad called Winston.  (Edward VII & Churchill)  ibid. 

 

32,368.  The succession of an overweight 59-year-old philanderer hardly thrilled the public imagination.  Few sovereigns had come to the Throne with lower expectations.  But from his first command as King, Bertie was determined to send a signal of intent to his doubters.  ibid.

 

 

32,369.  He [Bertie] would haunt the Café Anglais where orgies were said to occur; he would visit the Moulin Rouge where one of the dancers said, ‘Hello, Wales, will you pay for my champagne?’  And he did pay for her champagne.  Piers Brendon, historian

 

 

32,370.  He [Bertie] lived an extraordinarily raffish existence.  First of all there was the food: he had I mean by modern standards Edwardian gluttony was certainly something to amaze: huge breakfasts, mid-morning meals, eight-course lunches, tea, and twelve-course dinners and then sandwiches before you go to bed.  Piers Brendon

 

 

32,371.  He [Bertie] would go to billiard halls that were showing pornographic photographs; he would go to brothels.  Piers Brendon 

 

 

32,372.  There is a chair that was in that brothel displayed to people as Bertie’s Chair.  Matthew Sweet, author Inventing the Victorians

 

 

32,373.  I never can, or shall, look at him without a shudder.  (Victoria & Edward VII)  Queen Victoria
 

 

31,371.  He really is more and more careless.  He was dragged into the dirt and mixed up in one of the most disgusting and scandalous trials on record.  (Victoria & Edward VII)  Queen Victoria, letter to daughter 1870 about son Bertie

 

 

32,374.  Because a man has a black face and a different religion from our own, there is no reason why he should be treated as a brute.  (Edward VII & Racism)  Edward VII

 

 

32,376.  I believe the emperor of Germany hates me.  (Edward VII & Foreign Relations UK)  Edward VII