When she was in her 20s, Juliana Chatard Alexander was the night nurse for the Duke of Windsor, formerly King Edward VIII, the man who abdicated his throne to marry Wallis Warfield Simpson.
After long declining interviews with historians and biographers, the Mays Chapel woman spoke with royal biographer Andrew Morton — and with The Baltimore Sun. Here, in her own words, are more memories of the former Duke and Duchess of Windsor:
About why she finally granted an interview to biographer Andrew Morton after keeping silent about her experience for more than 45 years:
My father was Al Capone’s doctor, and he never talked about it. So, I think I learned to...