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  1. 23 de ene. de 2023 · Margaret, Duchess of Argyll One of the most famous of the scandalous Duchesses from history, mega-wealthy Margaret, Duchess of Argyll was engaged three times before marrying her first husband, American golfer Charles Sweeny.

  2. 22 de ene. de 2023 · The story begins in 1947. Margaret Wigham (Claire Foy), a wealthy 20-year-old Scottish heiress and recently divorced, meets Ian Campbell, the Duke of Argyll (Paul Bettany). He is then married to Louise, his second wife. However, he married Margaret Wigham, who became Margaret Campbell in 1951.

  3. 25 de ene. de 2023 · Margaret Campbell is the only daughter of her mother Helen Mann Hanny and father George Hay Whigham. BBC One has aired the historical drama that highlighted the 1960s divorce scandals. The series got based on the Duchess of Argyll and her life story.

  4. 24 de ene. de 2023 · The Crown star, who played the Queen in the first two series of the Netflix show, said she remains terrified after Jason Penrose turned up at her home and spoke to her seven-year-old daughter...

  5. 25 de ene. de 2023 · by her younger sister, Margaret. Margaret was about twenty years old when she married the sixty-year-old widower and was the first English queen since the conquest not to be consecrated and crowned. This marriage seems to have been happy enough as two sons and a daughter were born. However, only the two sons survived into adulthood.

  6. 25 de ene. de 2023 · After the Duke's death in 1839 the Dowager Duchess continued to live at Bedford Lodge and made it a famous centre for social gatherings. Shortly after her death in 1853 it was taken by the eighth Duke of Argyll, who renamed the house Argyll Lodge and kept it until his death in 1900.

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