The Press: The Press, Jun. 10, 1957


"A camera could have clicked ten thousand times and never caught an expression like this," purred the caption on a seven-column spread in Lord Beaverbrook's Daily Express "What COULD the Prince have said?"

The five-column picture showed Britain's Prince Philip in Denmark standing over a simpering nurse named Peggy Goodchild (see cut). But if the Express (circ. 4,042,334) knew what "caused the twinkle in the Prince's eye and the obvious blush on the maiden's cheek," it was not telling. Instead, it offered a £100 ($280) prize to the reader who sent in...

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