Outraged peers cast copies of certain of the London newspapers upon their glowing autumn hearths; vowed that the House of Windsor had suffered a besmirchment.
Crowed joyful servant girls: "Is 'Ighness 'as been alarkin' again! O Lor' !"
The Manchester Guardian mournfully intoned, "This is damaging enough to be the work of some hidden hand."
"This," when inspected, appeared superficially to be only a photograph of a svelt and alluring "redheaded vamp." Alas, her shoulders were a thought too broad, her hips a shade too neat! She was none other than Edward of Wales, snapped...