The November 15 1929 edition of the Toronto Daily Star contained this photograph of a wealthy heir who had just eloped with a domestic servant in his father’s mansion:
I looked up William W. Willock, Jr. on Google. Apparently, he and his wife stayed together through the years: they remained married until he passed away in 1998. She passed away in 2001.
By the way, this isn’t the first happy marriage in the 1920s between a rich heir and a domestic servant I’ve seen in old newspapers: also see Quebec woman marries American heir.