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Ward's polished manners and conversational skills assured him social success. He befriended the cartoonist and socialite Arthur Ferrier, whose parties Ward attended regularly and where he mixed with, among others, Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark, later the Duke of Edinburgh but then a junior officer in the Royal Navy.
8 de dez. de 2017 · The Crown suggests that Stephen Ward, an osteopath and the one who introduced Christine Keeler to John Profumo, was also the one who introduced Prince Philip to Keeler. Historians are not happy with this fictionalization, which may not be based on historical fact. The show's creators say they are creating a work of fiction based on some reality.
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11 de abr. de 2021 · The web page exposes the links between Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, and the Profumo scandal, which involved Christine Keeler, a former lover of the Conservative MP John Profumo. It also reveals that Stephen Ward, the artist and osteopath who introduced Keeler to Profumo, was a Soviet spy who had amassed 'kompromat' about the Establishment figures. The web page cites his memoirs and other sources to support its claims.
9 de abr. de 2021 · Stephen Ward was an osteopath, artist and soviet ally, who worked with a soviet spy to get Keeler to extract information from Profumo. Prince Philip was a friend of Ward’s who had painted...
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3 de nov. de 2022 · Prince Philip was a friend—or at least an acquaintance—of Ward's. (Clive Irving, who was working at the Sunday Times as the Profumo Affair unfolded, wrote in the Daily Beast that Ward was a...
Profumo affair John Profumo in 1938 The Profumo affair was a major scandal in twentieth-century British politics. John Profumo, the 46-year-old Secretary of State for War in Harold Macmillan 's Conservative government, had an extramarital affair with the 19-year-old model Christine Keeler beginning in 1961.