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  1. Alice Frederica Keppel (29 de Abril de 1868 - 11 de Setembro de 1947) foi uma socialite britânica e a mais conhecida amante do rei Eduardo VII do Reino Unido. Foi mãe da escritora Violet Trefusis , famosa por seu relacionamento com a poetisa Vita Sackville-West .

  2. › wiki › Alice_KeppelAlice Keppel - Wikipedia

    Alice Frederica Keppel (née Edmonstone; 29 April 1868 – 11 September 1947) was an aristocrat, British society hostess and a long-time mistress of King Edward VII. Keppel grew up at Duntreath Castle, the family seat of the Edmonstone baronets in Scotland.

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    Alice Frederica Keppel (ganet Edmonstone; 1868 – 1947) a oa un ostizez skos ha serc'h d'ar roue Edward VII. Merc'h e oa da Sir William Edmonstone, 4vet Baronet. Savet ha maget e voe e kastell Duntreath, set baroneted Edmonstone Bro-Skos.

  4. 24 de nov. de 2020 · Prince Charles’s great-great grandfather and Camilla’s great-great grandmother were romantically involved. Here's what you need to know about Alice Keppel.

  5. 5 de mai. de 2023 · King Charles and Queen Camilla's ancestors — King Edward VII and Alice Keppel — were in a relationship for 12 years.

  6. 20 de mai. de 2021 · In early 1947, Alice Keppel’s life took a dark turn. At the age of 79, she wasn’t in the bloom of her youth, and her health began to nosedive. That September, the legendary mistress passed in her villa from cirrhosis of the liver.

  7. The English aristocrat Alice Keppel was best known for being the mistress of Edward VII, king of England. The youngest daughter of Mary Parsons Edmonstone and Sir William Edmonstone, a Scottish admiral in the British navy, Alice was born in 1869 and grew up in a comfortable but not wealthy home in the old castle of Duntreath in Stirlingshire.