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    Royal Households of the United Kingdom The Royal Coat of Arms of the United Kingdom The Royal Households of the United Kingdom are the collective departments that support members of the British Royal Family. Many members of the Royal Family who undertake public duties have separate households. They vary considerably in size, from the large Royal Household that supports the Sovereign to the ...

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    • History
    • Elizabeth II
    • The Scottish Royal Household
    • Household of The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall
    • Household of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
    • Household of The Duke and Duchess of Sussex
    • Household of The Princess Royal
    • Household of The Duke of York
    • Household of The Earl and Countess of Wessex
    • Lesser Households

    The sov­er­eign's do­mes­tics were his of­fi­cers of state, and the lead­ing dig­ni­taries of the palace were the king­dom's prin­ci­pal ad­min­is­tra­tors. The Royal House­hold grew out of an ear­lier and more prim­i­tive "theg­n­hood". Among the most em­i­nent and pow­er­ful of the king's thegns were his "dishthegn," his "bow­erthegn," and his horsethegn or staller. In Nor­mandy at the time of the Con­quest a sim­i­lar arrange­ment, bor­rowed from the French court, had long been es­tab­lished. Nor­man dukes, like their over­lords the kings of France, had their seneschal or stew­ard, their cham­ber­lain and their con­sta­ble. After the Nor­man Con­quest, the ducal house­hold of Nor­mandy was re­pro­duced in the royal house­hold of Eng­land; and since, in the spirit of feu­dal­ism, the great of­fices of the first and sec­ond were made hered­i­tary. Thence­forth they were held by the grantees and their de­scen­dants as a holder of tenure in grand ser­jeantyof the crown. The con­se­qu...

    Great Officers

    The Great Of­fi­cers of the House­hold are, in order of se­nior­ity, the Lord Stew­ard, the Lord Cham­ber­lain and the Mas­ter of the Horse.Only the Lord Cham­ber­lain ful­fils an ex­ec­u­tive func­tion; while the other two con­tinue to have a cer­e­mo­nial role, and are to be seen par­tic­u­larly on State oc­ca­sions.

    Lord Chamberlain

    As cur­rently arranged, the Royal House­hold is co­or­di­nated by the part-time Lord Cham­ber­lain (An­drew Parker, Lord Parker of Mins­mere GCVO KCB),and or­ga­nized into func­tion­ally sep­a­rate units.

    Heads of departments

    The Pri­vate Sec­re­tary to the Sov­er­eign (Rt Hon. Sir Ed­ward Young KCVO since 2017), man­ages the Pri­vate Sec­re­tary's Of­fice, and also con­trols the Press Of­fice, the Queen's Archives, and the De­fence Ser­vices Sec­re­tary's Of­fice, serves as prin­ci­pal ad­vi­sor to the Sov­er­eign and serves as the prin­ci­pal chan­nel of com­mu­ni­ca­tion be­tween the Sov­er­eign and his or her Gov­ern­ments. Be­sides these, he also man­ages the Sov­er­eign's of­fi­cial pro­gramme and cor­re­spo...

    The Royal House­hold in Scot­land in­cludes of­fices of per­sonal, hon­orary and state ap­point­ments. Many ap­point­ments are va­cant hav­ing fallen into abeyance; been abol­ished or re­turned to The Crown; merged with other po­si­tions both be­fore and after the Union of the Crown with Eng­land; or due to lack of a clear of­fice holder. The Great Of­fi­cers of the Royal Household, (not to be con­fused with the Great Of­fi­cers of State of Scot­land which are po­lit­i­cal and ju­di­cial ap­point­ments, or the Great Of­fi­cers of the Crown of Scot­landthough some of­fi­cers are shared) are: 1. Lord High Constable - Merlin Hay, 24th Earl of Erroll 2. Master of the Household - Torquhil Campbell, 13th Duke of Argyll 3. Keeper of the Palace of Holyroodhouse - Alexander Douglas-Hamilton, 16th Duke of Hamilton 4. Armour-Bearer and Squire of His Majesty's Body - traditionally held by the Seton's of Touch 5. Bearer of the Royal Banner - Alexander Scrymgeour, 12th Earl of Dundee 6. Bearer of...

    The House­hold of the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Corn­wall is the or­gan­ised of­fice and sup­port sys­tem for Charles, Prince of Wales, and his con­sort Camilla, Duchess of Corn­wall. At the time of their 2009 an­nual review the Of­fice of the Prince of Wales had the full-time equiv­a­lent of 121 staff. The head of the House­hold is the Prin­ci­pal Pri­vate Sec­re­tary, Clive Alder­ton. Se­nior of­fi­cials in­clude the Deputy Pri­vate Sec­re­tary, a se­nior diplo­mat sec­onded from the For­eign & Com­mon­wealth Of­fice to ad­vise The Prince on For­eign and Com­mon­wealth af­fairs, cur­rently Scott Fursse­donn-Wood; Mas­ter of the House­hold, Earl of Ross­lyn; the Trea­surer, An­drew Wright; Com­mu­ni­ca­tions Sec­re­tary, Ju­lian Payne; KCVO; and the Equerry, Com­man­der Iain Kears­ley RN. In 2000, the Prince re­vived a tra­di­tion of hav­ing an of­fi­cial harpist, a role last seen under Queen Vic­to­ria. The first holder of the of­fice was Catrin Finch, fol­lowed in 2004 b...

    A part-time Pri­vate Sec­re­tary to Prince William and Prince Harry (James Lowther-Pinker­ton MVO MBE Irish Guards (Rtd.)) was ap­pointed in the House­hold of the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Corn­wall in May 2005. In Jan­u­ary 2009, a sep­a­rate House­hold of Prince William and Prince Harry was es­tab­lished (for­mally "The House­hold of His Royal High­ness Prince William of Wales and His Royal High­ness Prince Henry of Wales"), headed by Lowther-Pinker­ton. Fol­low­ing their mar­riages, the House­hold also ad­di­tion­ally served their wives. The House­hold's of­fices are cur­rently based in Kens­ing­ton Palace, hav­ing for­merly been based in St James's Palace. The House­hold, as of 2011, had the equiv­a­lent of 7.8 full-time staff. It was an­nounced in June 2011 that the Duke and Duchess of Cam­bridge would tem­porar­ily move their of­fi­cial Lon­don res­i­dence to an apart­ment in Kens­ing­ton Palace, a move that was com­pleted in Au­gust of that year. The Duke and Duchess...

    In 2013, it was an­nounced that Prince Harry had ap­pointed for­mer House­hold Cav­alry cap­tain, Ed­ward Lane Fox, as his pri­vate sec­re­tary ef­fec­tive July 2013. In March 2019, it was an­nounced that the Duke and Duchess of Sus­sex would es­tab­lish a new house­hold for them­selves, fol­low­ing the birth of their child in spring as well as the move of their of­fi­cial res­i­dence to Frog­more Cot­tage, with their of­fice set to be lo­cated at Buck­ing­ham Palace. Fol­low­ing the de­ci­sion to step back from royal du­ties, it was an­nounced in Feb­ru­ary 2020 that they would close their of­fice at Buck­ing­ham Palace.

    The House­hold of the Princess Royal pro­vides the ad­min­is­tra­tive sup­port to Anne, Princess Royal, sec­ond child and only daugh­ter of The Queen. While the Princess Royal's pri­vate res­i­dence is Gat­combe Park; her of­fice, headed by the Pri­vate Sec­re­tary, is based at Buck­ing­ham Palace while her of­fi­cial Lon­don res­i­dence is lo­cated at St James's Palace.

    The House­hold of the Duke of York pro­vides ad­min­is­tra­tive sup­port for the royal du­ties of Prince An­drew, Duke of York, along with his im­me­di­ate fam­ily. From 1971, Prince An­drew (then aged 11 years), had the as­sis­tance of one of The Queen's equer­ries when re­quired. The first was Sqn Ldr Peter Beer, who served until he was re­placed by Maj. George Broke Royal Ar­tillery in 1974, and Lt Cdr Robert Guy RNin 1977. It was only with the ap­point­ment in 1980 of Sqn Ldr Adam Wise, that the Prince could be said to have ac­quired the as­sis­tance of his own staff – al­though he was still shared with the Queen and Prince Ed­ward. In 1983, Wise was pro­moted to wing com­man­der and ap­pointed Pri­vate Sec­re­tary to Princes An­drew and Ed­ward, sev­er­ing his link with The Royal House­hold. He left the Duke of York's ser­vice in 1987, when Lt Col. Sean O'Dwyerwas ap­pointed – also jointly with Prince Ed­ward. The Duke of York is as­sisted by a pri­vate sec­re­tary, deputy pri­...

    The House­hold of the Earl and Count­ess of Wes­sex pro­vides ad­min­is­tra­tive sup­port to the Earl of Wes­sex, youngest son of the Queen, and to his wife, the Count­ess of Wes­sex. While their pri­vate res­i­dence is Bagshot Park, their of­fice, headed by the pri­vate sec­re­tary, is based at Buck­ing­ham Palace.

    Household of the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester

    1. Private Secretary to the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester at Kensington Palace: Mr Alistair Wood, LVO MBE 2004–2012 2. Lady-in-waitingto the Duchess of Gloucester: Mrs Susan Wigley, CVO

    Household of the Duke and Duchess of Kent

    1. Private Secretary to the Duke of Kent, KG at Wren House, Kensington Palace: Mr Nicholas Marden

    Household of Princess Alexandra, The Hon Lady Ogilvy

    1. Private Secretary: Mrs Diane Duke 2. Lady in Waiting: Mrs Peter Afia LVO

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