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« A SECISET MAEESIAGE. (Bv Cable—Pro** Apsorinb'or—Gonrrirht.) (Australian and N.X. Cable Association.)' (Iteccivcd January 2-sth. 5.5 p.m.) Lo\l/o.\. January I'.'i. Tho Duchess of "Westminster.* whose divorce decree was mndo absolute on De~omb?r 19th, was icctrtly married to Captain James Lewis, formerly of tho Hr-yal Air Force. They met when Captain Lewis was

I undergoing treatment at the Duchess's ! hospital, in France. Lewis, prior to I the war, was in business at Lloyd's. He ! is a sportsman, a billiard player, and an amateur-actor. For some time he : Ims been tho Duchess's private secretary. Ho is a few years her junior ("Constance Edwina, C.8.E., Ihiehess of "Westminster, is the youngest daugh- . t-or of the late Mr "W. C. CornwalTisj "West. She was married in 1001 to the i Duke of "Westminster, there being two daughters of the marriago. Sho obtained a dccreo nisi from tho I>ukc of "Westminster a few months ago on the grounds of adultery and desertion, the ! c-nso causing considerable stir in Lon-! don*l >

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DUCHESS OF WESTMINSTER. Press, Volume LVI, Issue 16741, 26 January 1920

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