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Saturday, December 12, 2015

Queen's illegitimate cousin?

de bene esse: literally, of well-being, morally acceptable but subject to future validation or exception

... with a sex mad spy for a mother sounds preposterous but new book reveals compelling evidence buried in MI5 file

Accepting an invitation to spend summer at his uncle's baronial home in Upper Austria, the last thing Thomas Willes expected was to be staying next to a house full of beautiful, aristocratic young women.

The 25-year-old London stockbroker had expected little more than a month pottering around the beautiful lake of Wolfgangsee, some hearty hikes, and brushing up on his German — rather than brushing up against the racy British It-girls who visited the mansion.

One day during that heady August of 1936, a Morris car with British licence plates drew up outside the house, having driven 800 miles from London. Out stepped two immaculate beauties.

Loose morals: Princess Marina Dmitri, known as 'Mira', with daughter Nadejda, who might have had royal blood
Loose morals: Princess Marina Dmitri, known as 'Mira', with daughter Nadejda, who miay have been of royal blood


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3356895/Is-little-girl-Queen-s-illegitimate-cousin-sex-mad-spy-mother-sounds-preposterous-new-book-reveals-compelling-evidence-buried-MI5-file.html#ixzz3u8NQ9vsI 

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