Sunday, December 3, 2017

Lady Thelma Furness, a mistress of the Prince of Wales.

THELEMA!!!!Furness Furnish  mmmmmmm!!!!!!

 "The F├╝hrer appears to have been highly impressed by her sophistication, her intelligence and her charms. At that first meeting she wore one of her most elegant outfits, calculating it would impress him. It seems to have done so, because Hitler greeted her with uncharacteristic warmth, kissing her on the hand. It was far from usual for Hitler to be so attentive to women, particularly women introduced to him for the first time. The princess was invited to take tea with him, and once seated beside him, according to her unpublished memoirs. Hitler scarcely took his piercing eyes off her."

On 10th December, 1936, the king signed a document that stated he he had renounced "the throne for myself and my descendants." The following day he made a radio broadcast where he told the nation that he had abdicated because he found he could not "discharge the duties of king as I would wish to do without the help and support of the woman I love.







From the 1940s until their deaths, Gloria Morgan Vanderbilt and her sister Thelma, Lady Furness lived together in New York City and in Los Angeles, California. They wrote a dual memoir called "Double Exposure: A Twin Autobiography (D McKay, 1958). Mrs. Vanderbilt died in 1965 of cancer and was interred at Holy Cross