Edward VII

NOUN
  1. King of England from 1901 to 1910; son of Victoria and Prince Albert; famous for his elegant sporting ways (1841-1910)
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  • He became King George VI upon the abdication of his brother, King Edward VIII, later duke of Windsor.
  • Reddy believes that the abdication of Edward VIII was a continuation of the War of the Roses.
  • 1911 - George V is crowned King of the United Kingdom, succeeding his father, Edward VII.
  • When he rejoined the RAF in a few weeks, the facial hair came off—long before he had the chance to shape it into the full beard for which kings Edward VII and George V not to mention their cousin Czar Nicholas II were famous. William and Kate
  • King Edward VIII abdicated in 1936 so that he could marry Mrs Simpson, a divorced woman.
  • Less vocal (for reasons of state), Britain's gamesome King Edward VII and gamey King Leopold II of the Belgians were just as intime chez Maxim.
  • She was ten when her father Albert, Duke of York, became king after Edward VIII abdicated in 1936.
  • His own father, blithe gadabout Edward VII 1901-1910 was solely a horse racing buff who was oblivious to his subjects becoming, in his lifetime, suddenly and overwhelmingly enamoured with ball games. Royalty has finally become wedded to the national sporting obsession | Frank Keating
  • Edward VIII abdicated after a reign of 325 days, in favour of his brother, the Duke of York, who became King George VI.
  • The present Kew Bridge was opened by King Edward VII and is correctly named "King Edward Bridge".
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