Cheers for The Crown makers as, 45 years on, Duke of Windsor’s will to be unsealed – Daily Telegraph

Posted November 16th, 2017 in news, royal family, wills by tracey

‘With a scandalous abdication, colourful love life and rift with his relatives, the life of the Duke of Windsor was not short of private information to fascinate the public.
More than 40 years after his death, it appears, there may be more to learn, as a senior judge has ruled that the contents of his will can be unsealed for the first time.
The will of the Duke, who was King Edward VIII until his abdication in December 1936, will be unsealed for the benefit of the Royal Archives, after a keeper applied to the Family Division of the High Court to beg special permission.’

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Daily Telegraph, 15th November 2017