Great Britain: Beyond the Great Divide

"Smile, Earl!" commanded the photographer in a nasal Brooklyn accent.

Since the Earl of Snowdon used to earn his living on the other end of a camera, he grinned obligingly as he and Princess Margaret deplaned for Customs and milling lensmen and diplomats last week in New York. It was Elizabeth's kid sister's first trip to the U.S., a 20-day tour of San Francisco, Los Angeles, Tucson, Washington and New York, and on hand to welcome her, as New York City's deputy official greeter, was a member of one of America's own royal...

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