GREECE: King's Mistress

Not since the Wallis Warfield affair had elite London drawing rooms echoed to such a coo of deliciously subdued conversation. "My dear—not the King of the Greeks!" "And just after he had won the plebiscite!" "How awful for the Foreign Office!" "And for the poor dear Hellenes!" "Hasn't he grown children, or something?"

Facts seemed to bear out the rumors: King George II of Greece has an English mistress and he insists on taking her home to Athens with him. He has insisted that he will not go without her, and some of his friends think that he would rather...

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