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  1. Guy David Innes-Ker, 10th Duke of Roxburghe (1954–2019), elder son of the 9th Duke Charles Robert George Innes-Ker, 11th Duke of Roxburghe (born 1981), eldest son of the 10th Duke The heir presumptive is the current holder's younger brother, Lord Edward Arthur Gerald "Ted" Innes-Ker (born 1984)

  2. Captain Charles Robert George Innes-Ker is the 11th Duke of Roxburghe. He is the eldest son of the 10th Duke of Roxburghe and his first wife, the former Lady Jane Meriel Grosvenor, daughter of the 5th Duke of Westminster. His uncle was Gerald Grosvenor, 6th Duke of Westminster.

  3. Edward William Fitzalan-Howard, 18th Duke of Norfolk GCVO DL (born 2 December 1956), styled Earl of Arundel between 1975 and 2002, is a British peer who holds the hereditary office of Earl Marshal and, as Duke of Norfolk, is the most senior peer in the peerage of England.

  4. On 13 November 2007, Buckingham Palace announced Lord Airlie was appointed Chancellor of the Order of the Thistle, following the death of the previous Chancellor, the Duke of Buccleuch. The Countess of Airlie was a Lady of the Bedchamber to Queen Elizabeth II. [11]

  5. Prince Andrew, Duke of York, KG, GCVO, CD (Andrew Albert Christian Edward; born 19 February 1960) is a member of the British royal family. He is the younger brother of King Charles III and the third child and second son of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh .

  6. His daughter, Mary Goelet, married Henry Innes-Ker, 8th Duke of Roxburghe; Baron Amaury de La Grange (1888–1953), aviator and politician; Baron Frederick G. d’Hauteville (1838–1918), politician, member of the House of Hauteville; Baron Paul G. d’Hauteville (1875–1947), Captain of the Red Cross, member of the House of Hauteville

  7. The Duke and Duchess initially lived at Nottingham Cottage in London, on the grounds of Kensington Palace. They then moved to Frogmore Cottage in the Home Park of Windsor Castle . [130] [131] The Crown Estate refurbished the cottage at a cost of £2.4 million, paid out of the Sovereign Grant , with the Duke later reimbursing expenses beyond restoration and ordinary maintenance.