Crime, London, England, September 1951, The Kray Twins enjoyed boxing, Reg (left) and Ronnie Kray
Twin brothers and organised crime bosses Ronnie and Reggie Kray in Cedra Court, off Cazenove Road in northeast London, 3rd August 1964.
Credit: Terry Disney
Frances Shea (1943 - 1967, far right) with her husband, English gangster Reggie Kray (1933 - 2000, standing, third from left) and celebrity guests at the El Morocco, a nightclub owned by the Kray Twins, in Soho, London, 30th April 1965. Kray has his hand on the shoulder of British actor Edmund Purdom (1924 - 2009). Behind Reggie can be seen his brother Charlie (1926 - 2000). At centre is Actress Adrienne Corri with her arm around Welsh actor Victor Spinetti (1929 - 2012). On his left can be seen Charlie's wife Dolly who in turn sits next to the twins' mother, Violet Kray.
Credit: Larry Ellis
English gangster Reggie Kray (1933 - 2000) with his fiance, Frances Shea (1943 - 1967), London April 1965. Kray is returning home after being found not guilty on menaces charges.
Frances Shea (1943 - 1967, far left) and her husband, English gangster Reggie Kray (1933 - 2000, far right) with actress Barbara Windsor and her husband Ronnie Knight, an associate of the Krays, at the El Morocco nightclub, owned by the Kray Twins in Soho, London, 30th April 1965.
Credit: Larry Ellis
Premium Rates Apply. British gangster Reggie Kray (1933 - 2000) spars playfully with his maternal grandfather, Jimmy Lee, 1964. Lee was known in his youth as 'The Southpaw Cannonball', for his bare knuckle boxing skills, and encouraged his grandsons to take up amateur boxing.
Roberta Kray, the wife of east end gangster Reggie Kray, holds a photograph of her husband while at her home in Watton, U.K, on Friday, January 7, 2000. Reggie Kray, one of the most notorious gangsters of the 1960s, died peacefully in his sleep after a battle against bladder cancer on Sunday, October 1st. Kray, 66, died in the honeymoon suite at the Beefeater Town House Hotel in Norwich, after leaving Wayland Prison near Watton, 10 days earlier.