Then Disastor Struck.
The Bishop of Bradford went public.
He gave a surmon that said explicitly that the King should not be crowned because of his actions.
The British Press which (apart from the Times, which was only obtainable by the upperclass) began to do what they do best. "the Bishop of Bradford Says...." and out it all came into the public arena of the Kingdom.
It didnt quite have the desired effect.
Once the Public heard about Wallis Simpson, the holidays, and everything. They discovered the still loved and supported the King. The press had failed to remove the star appeal that the King had the public support.
The People wrote letters of sympathy to the King begging him to stay and marry Wallis Simpson