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equerry

1. an officer attendant upon the British sovereign
2. (formerly) an officer in a royal household responsible for the horses
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The split followed news of her relationship with Commander Laurence, an equerry to the Queen.
Dramatic retelling of five key events in the life of Elizabeth II, beginning shortly after her coronation as Princess Margaret embarks on a controversial affair f with divorced equerry Group Captain Peter Townsend.
She'd get there before me and sit down next to an equerry and I always got the somebody who was rather difficult.
These are namely Charles Gray, the Marshal of the Diplomatic Corps, and Wing Commander Andy Calame, the Queen's equerry.
Which member of the royal family married Timothy Laurence, the Queen's Equerry, in 1989?
Alun Davies, from Cardiff - a former equerry to Prince Charles - will follow in commando Jan Baalsrud's footsteps.
The 1988 avalanche killed Major Lindsay, a former Queen's equerry, and badly injured the mother of socialite Tara Palmer-Tomkinson, Patti, as the pair skied off-piste with Charles and his guide Bruno Sprecher.
A national newspaper said Charles was on HS146 of the Queen's Flight with one of his private secretaries and a military equerry and had taken off from RAF Northolt in west London.
The couple met on the show last autumn when the former equerry to the Duke of York ended up choosing presenter Ulrika over the contestants.
We are still keeping options for a lot of horses, like Noverre and Equerry," bin Suroor said.
The two first met when Margaret was only 14 and Townsend had just been interviewed by her father, George VI, for a position at Court as equerry.
Stein was the wife of Friedrich, Freiherr von Stein, equerry to Duke Karl August of Saxe-Weimar.