Heroes of History
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Heroes of History

A Royally Scandalous Love Affair

Did a princess love a gangster?

John Bindon and Princess Margaret Image from Pintrest

Princess Margaret was known in certain circles to be wild. Many knew that she liked to party and surround herself with like-minded people. Especially when she was on the island of Mustique.

Her marriage to Antony Charles Robert Armstrong-Jones, 1st Earl of Snowdon, began on May 6, 1960. And even in the early days of the marriage…

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Heroes come in all shapes and sizes, from those well known to the ordinary person who becomes heroic.

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Edward has written hundreds of acclaimed true crime articles and has won numerous awards for his short stories.

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