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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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? Action from this year's The Equerry Bolesworth International Horse Show
At the Queen's request, Prince Charles will place the tribute on November 12, and Prince Philip's equerry will lay his wreath.
Benjamin Herman, 80, is accused of sexually abusing the women when she was 11 or 12 years old in the early 1970s and he was an equerry to the Duke of Edinburgh.
She nodded and an equerry brought to him an embroidered glove on a cushion.
Major Hugh Lindsay, former equerry to the Queen, was sent plunging 400m down the mountainside when the avalanche hit the royal party as they were ski-ing off piste above the resort of Klosters.
Ancient Greece, trained by Mark Johnston, is out of a sister to Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies winner Tempera along with Equerry, a triple Group 3 winner in France.
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. (ANI)
Which member of the royal family married Timothy Laurence, the Queen's Equerry, in 1989?