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  1. 28/11/2017 · Uncle Warfield paid for Wallis to attend Oldfields School, the most expensive girls' school in Maryland, where she was at the top of her class and was known for always being immaculately dressed.

  2. Wallis Simpson (auparavant Wallis Spencer, née Bessie Wallis Warfield ; 19 juin 1896 [1] – 24 avril 1986), duchesse de Windsor, fut l'épouse américaine du prince Édouard, duc de Windsor, anciennement roi du Royaume-Uni et empereur des Indes sous le nom d'Édouard VIII.

  3. Wallis Simpson, in full Wallis Warfield, duchess of Windsor née Bessie Wallis Warfield, also called (1916–27) Wallis Warfield Spencer, (born June 19, 1896, Blue Ridge Summit, Pennsylvania, U.S.—died April 24, 1986, Paris, France), American socialite who became the wife of Prince Edward, duke of Windsor (Edward VIII), after the latter had abdicated the British throne in order to marry her.

  4. 华里丝·辛普森(Wallis Simpson,1896年6月19日—1986年4月24日),本名Bessie Wallis Warfield,生于美国,温莎公爵夫人。两度结婚,辛普森为前夫的姓,前夫为恩尼斯特·辛普森。后与英国国王爱德华八世交往,起初是爱德华八世的情妇,后因爱德华八世欲娶她为妻,此举违反英国王位与英国国教继承规定 ...

  5. TIME looks back on its most compelling — and sometimes controversial — choices for Person of the Year...

  6. Through his father's Warfield ancestry he is the fourth cousin once removed of Wallis Warfield Simpson who became Duchess of Windsor. Their common ancestors were John Warfield and Judith Gaither who were born in the mid 1600s.

  7. His wife was Wallis Warfield, a prominent socialite who remarried twice, and become better known as Wallis Warfield Spencer Simpson Windsor, the late Duchess of Windsor, for whom King Edward of England gave up his throne in 1936.