The Duchess of Argyll is typically the wife of the Duke of Argyll, an extant title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom created in 1892.
Ethel Margaret Campbell, Duchess of Argyll (née Whigham, formerly Sweeny; 1 December 1912 – 25 July 1993), was a member of the Scottish nobility most famous for her 1951 marriage and much-publicised 1963 divorce from her second husband, Ian Campbell, 11th Duke of Argyll.
15/12/2021 · In 1940 the Duchess also had a son, Brian Charles, who died in 2021. Before these pregnancies, Margaret suffered eight miscarriages. How did the Duchess of Argyll die? After her divorce from the Duke of Argyll, Margaret had a few unsuccessful ventures, including a memoir, Forget Not.
22/12/2021 · Claire Foy stars as the Duchess of Argyll in A Very British Scandal, showing how her divorce case used photos of her performing oral sex and in a pearl necklace. Search. Entertainment.
20/04/2022 · The marriage between The Duke and Duchess of Argyll became one of the biggest headlines in Britain in the 1960s, now, the events that transpired have been made into an Amazon mini-series, 'A Very ...
23/12/2021 · Duchess of Argyll. After a string of high profile romances, Margaret married Ian Douglas Campbell, 11th Duke of Argyll, in 1951. Meeting by chance on a train, Argyll told Margaret of some of his experiences as a prisoner of war during World War Two, omitting the fact that the trauma had left him reliant on alcohol and prescription drugs.
26/04/2022 · In 1963, the Duke of Argyll accused his wife of cheating on him with 88 men. "It was basically a witch hunt for her, and everything about her," star Claire Foy told TODAY.