The scandalous Duke of Windsor and his wife Wallis Simpson lived briefly in Sigrist House in the Bahamas after going into exile – which is on the market for US$8.5 million. Photos: Sotheby’s International Realty The scandalous Duke of Windsor and his wife Wallis Simpson lived briefly in Sigrist House in the Bahamas after going into exile – which is on the market for US$8.5 million. Photos: Sotheby’s International Realty
The scandalous Duke of Windsor and his wife Wallis Simpson lived briefly in Sigrist House in the Bahamas after going into exile – which is on the market for US$8.5 million. Photos: Sotheby’s International Realty

Fit for a royal couple in exile – no, not Meghan and Harry – the Caribbean home of the Duke of Windsor and his wife Wallis Simpson is on sale for US$8.5 million

Following his 1936 abdication from the throne as Britain’s king, Edward VIII and his wife the divorced American socialite Wallis Simpson went into exile in the Bahamas to dodge accusations of being a Nazi sympathiser, before being appointed governor of the colony

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The scandalous Duke of Windsor and his wife Wallis Simpson lived briefly in Sigrist House in the Bahamas after going into exile – which is on the market for US$8.5 million. Photos: Sotheby’s International Realty The scandalous Duke of Windsor and his wife Wallis Simpson lived briefly in Sigrist House in the Bahamas after going into exile – which is on the market for US$8.5 million. Photos: Sotheby’s International Realty
The scandalous Duke of Windsor and his wife Wallis Simpson lived briefly in Sigrist House in the Bahamas after going into exile – which is on the market for US$8.5 million. Photos: Sotheby’s International Realty
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