Jim Luce on Royalty

Jim Luce was raised Episcopalian — Anglican — and thus grew up with an appreciation of the Queen of England and all royalty.  He sees royalty — in moderation — as a legacy to hold societies and cultures together, bridging various soci0-economic classes.  Princess Diana is an example of a modern royal connecting goodness in the world.  Ironically, his grandmother Irene Simpson Alleman used to regale him with stories as a child of a distant cousin Wallis (“Wally”) who married and divorced Ernest Simpson before marrying her third husband, Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor (former King Edward VIII of the U.K.) who abdicated his throne to marry her.
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With H.M. Queen Noor of Jordan in New York City.

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