The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's baby daughter is every where in the front page. The Sunday Mirror hailed the baby as "an enchanting new princess," a "sleeping cutie"! The Sunday Times called her "the new people's princess." The Mail on Sunday, meanwhile, quipped that the princess' birth was worth the wait.
King Edward VIII leaped into financial uncertainty the moment he signed the Instrument of Abdication on December 10, 1936. That same day, Edward, now known as Duke of Windsor, entered into an agreement with his younger brother and successor, King George VI, that secured him £25,000 annually for the rest of his life. However, the King later renounced this agreement and instead offered him a smaller amount which would cease upon the King's death. The condition is that Edward should never step into British soil unless invited by government.