Lillie gives birth to a daughter. To support herself, she goes on stage and becomes an instant hit.

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Lillie
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Edward Langtry
Denis Lill ...
Prince of Wales (Bertie)
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Oscar Wilde
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Patsy Cornwallis-West
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Henrietta Labouchere
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Princess Alexandra (Alix)
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Dean Le Breton
Peggy Ann Wood ...
Mrs. Le Breton
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Frank Miles
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Dominique
Tony Church ...
Squire Bancroft
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Mrs. Bancroft
John Barcroft ...
Francis Knollys
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Lillie is pregnant and flat out broke. She sells her possessions and moves back to Jersey and the Prince of Wales arranges for a loan of £2000. She goes to Paris where she gives birth to a baby girl, but she tells everyone she's taken in her niece. Bertie decides not to tell Prince Louis of the birth. Edward Langtry is in poor condition, drunk most of the time and resists giving Lillie a divorce. She decides to pursue a career on the stage and her first performance is a success. Her second performance, at the Haymarket Theater in the West End is a resounding success. She then plans a tour in the United States. Written by garykmcd

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12 November 1978 (UK)  »

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When visiting Lillie in Paris, the Prince of Wales makes a reference to "brother Affie". This was his brother Alfred, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, second in line of succession to the throne. "Affie" was his childhood nickname. See more »

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