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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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She is the first new equerry to be appointed by Charles and Camilla together.
Herman was Philip's equerry from 1971 to 1974, during which time he shadowed the royal at the Palace and on public and private engagements.
Prince Harry, centre, at the wedding of his former equerry Mark Dyer and Amanda Kline at Crickhowell on Saturday.
She met the Prince of Wales before gaining her new Royal role as equerry and yesterday a spokeswoman for Clarence House said she is expected to be introduced to Princes William and Harry when they next return home from Sandhurst.
The married father-of-three's military career included a stint with the SAS in the first Gulf War and from 1984 to 1986 he was the Queen Mother's equerry.
Noverre was second in the Lockinge Stakes at Newbury last month, while the lighlty-raced four-year old Equerry maintained his unbeaten record with a win in the Group Three La Coupe at Longchamp earlier this month.
LICHFIELD chef Simon Smith of Thrales and historian, author, ex-cavalry officer and Queen's equerry Prof Roland Rotherham are becoming a tradition at the Garrick with banter, anecdotes and cookery demonstrations of food through the ages.
Kate, who was stunning in a pink dress, had to cover her eyes as James Meade came off the worse in his bout with a former royal equerry.
ST JOVITE, sire of the Group 1 performer Equerry, has his first Irish-bred foals on the ground.
Jamie LowtherPinkerton, a former equerry to the Queen Mother, is joining Clarence House as the royal brothers' key aide.
They met after the war when Townsend was appointed an Equerry to King George VI.
Secretary of the club and former equerry to the Prince, Alun Davies said, 'The Prince of Wales particularly wanted people to enjoy the gardens which he has dramatically transformed since acquiring Highgrove in 1980.