Alice Keppel and Agnes Keyser
A detailed look at the two women in the life of Edward VII during his last years. Alice Keppel, youngest daughter of a Scottish retired admiral and MP emerged from obscurity in 1898 to become the publicly acknowledged mistress of the portly, fun-loving Prince of Wales, the future Edward VII. Agnes Keyser, daughter of the prominent member of the Stock Exchange, defied social expectations by not marrying, instead becoming involved in hospital charity work. Her twelve-year relationship with the king was much less in the public eye, but was just as important.
- Electronic book text | 160 pages
- 24 Oct 2011
- The History Press Ltd
- Stroud, United Kingdom