How Meghan Markle's divorcee predecessor Wallis Simpson was slandered for her marriage

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Twice-married American socialite Wallis Simpson was at the center of what was arguably most scandalous love affair of the 20th century when she entered into a relationship and marriage with Prince Edward VIII, Prince of Wales and heir to the British throne.

His obsession Wallis subjected her to a brutal character assassination - she was called a temptress and sorceress who had cast a spell on the fairy-tale Prince with one goal – to be Queen.

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Wallis was ridiculed as being born genetically male with the XY chromosome -giving her internal male sexual organs and a shallow **** – rumors that stemmed from being infertile and having never menstruated.

Unsavory gossip circulated that in her early travels to China, she learned special sexual techniques of giving oral sex – that aided in her seduction.

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She was slandered as a gold digger, a Nazi sympathizer, as well as a villainous, unfaithful woman, who held some perverse psycho-sexual hold over the blue-eyed Prince Charming.

Edward dazzled the world as a fairy-tale prince began behaving like a film star he was obsessed with romancing married women, American women and street-corner affairs'.

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But Prince Charming was a disappoint to the House of Windsor with his playboy lifestyle, love of needlepoint, crochet, gardening and golf as well as lack of intellectual pursuits.

'Edward did not conform to court life preferring a vigorous and flamboyant social life over the grey strictures of monarchial duty – tantamount to treachery in the eyes of his advisors', writes Anna Pasternak, author of The Real Wallis Simpson, A New History of the American Divorcée Who Became the Duchess of Windsor, published by Atria Books.

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Edward would face his own slander from the Court and was called 'mad' with his nervous tics and odd speech.

'He thought that English girls were boring and zinging cocktail girls were what he liked'.


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