Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Avondale
Vintage engraving of Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Avondale. 1864 to 14 January 1892, was the eldest son of Albert Edward, Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII), and the grandson of the reigning British monarch, Queen Victoria. After two unsuccessful courtships, he was engaged to be married to Princess Mary of Teck in late 1891. A few weeks later, he died during an influenza pandemic.
Music - Adam Faith with Silver Disc
Adam Faith, one-time messenger boy and aspiring film editor and now a top 'pop' singer, pictured in London with his third Silver Disc, presented for a quarter-million sales of his recording of 'Lonely Pup'. Adam, who was born Terrence Nelhams in Acton, London, in 1940, shot to the top with his disc 'What Do You Want?'. At first, he wanted to become a film editor and worked for two years as a messenger boy while awaiting promotion to the cutting room.
Prince William 18 Pop member
Prince William is in Pop, Eton's small group of 21 elected prefects with a responsibility for a school of 1, 280 boys. * As a member of Pop, he is allowed to wear a waistcoat of his choice and sponge bag trousers. He has to supervise discipline and can impose small fines. Pop originated in 1811 as a debating society which met in Mrs Hatton's Lollipop Shop (which was on a site adjacent to Gailey's house, on which School Hall now stands). Photograph: Ian Jones. Copyright: St James's Palace.
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