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The Royal Households of the United Kingdom consist of royal officials and the supporting staff of the British royal family, as well as the Royal Household which supports the Sovereign. Each member of the Royal Family who undertakes public duties has their own separate household.

When Elizabeth II was still a Princess she married Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh on 20 November 1947. After that marriage they shared the Household of the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh.

When she succeeded her father George VI as sovereign of the United Kingdom, she appointed a new household, known as the Household of the Sovereign 1952–2022.

The Duke of Edinburgh then received a separate household upon his wife's accession, the Household of the Duke of Edinburgh until his death in 2021.

With the passing of the Queen on 8 September 2022 the Household of the Sovereign passed to her son, King Charles III.

Great officers of the Household

Lord Chamberlain

The Lord Chamberlain of the Household is the highest-ranking official of the Royal Household of the United Kingdom, overseeing the departments that support and provide advice to the Sovereign of the United Kingdom, while also acting as the main channel of communication between the Sovereign and the House of Lords.

Name Began Ended Notes Ref.
The Earl of Clarendon, KG, GCMG, GCVO, LLD 5 August 1952 1952 His tenure carried over from the reign of King George VI [1]
The Earl of Scarbrough 1952 1963 [1]
The Lord Cobbold 29 January 1963 30 November 1971 [1][2]
The Lord Maclean 1 December 1971 30 November 1984 [1][3]
The Earl of Airlie 1 December 1984 31 December 1997 [4]
The Lord Camoys 1 January 1998 31 May 2000
The Lord Luce 1 October 2000 15 October 2006
The Earl Peel 16 October 2006 31 March 2021 [5]
The Lord Parker of Minsmere 1 April 2021 8 September 2022 His tenure carried over into the reign of King Charles III [6]

Vice Chamberlain

The Vice-Chamberlain of the Household is usually a junior government whip in the British House of Commons and is the Deputy to the Lord Chamberlain. The Vice Chamberlain's main duties are to compile a daily private report for the Sovereign on the proceedings in the House of Commons and to transmit addresses from the Commons to the Sovereign and vice versa.

Name Entered office Left office Notes Reference
Henry Studholme, Esquire, MP 5 August 1952; tenure began 7 November 1951 1956 He began his tenure under King George VI [7]
Richard Thompson 1956 1957 [8]
Hon. Peter Legh 1957 1959 Became Treasurer of the Household; succeeded as The Lord Newton in 1960 [9]
Edward Wakefield 1959 1960 Became Treasurer of the Household [10]
Richard Brooman-White 1960 1960 [11]
Graeme Finlay 1960 1964 [12]
William Whitlock 1964 1966 [13]
Jack McCann 1966 1967 [14]
Charles Morris 1967 1969 Became Treasurer of the Household [15]
Alan Fitch 1969 1970 [16]
Jasper More 1970 1971 [17]
Bernard Weatherill 1971 1972 Became Comptroller of the Household; created The Lord Weatherill in 1992 [18]
Walter Clegg 1972 1973 Became Comptroller of the Household [19]
Paul Hawkins 1973 1974 [20]
Don Concannon 1974 1974 [21]
James Hamilton 1974 1978 Became Comptroller of the Household [21]
Donald Coleman 1978 1979 [22]
Hon. Anthony Berry 1979 1981 Became Comptroller of the Household [23]
Carol Mather 1981 1983 Became Comptroller of the Household [24]
Robert Boscawen 1983 1986 Became Comptroller of the Household [25]
Tristan Garel-Jones 1986 1988 Became Comptroller of the Household; created The Lord Garel-Jones in 1997 [26]
Michael Neubert 1988 1988 [27]
Tony Durant 1988 1990 [28]
David Lightbown 1990 1990 Became Comptroller of the Household [29]
John Mark Taylor 1990 1992 [30]
Sydney Chapman 1992 1995 [31]
Timothy Kirkhope 1995 1996 [32]
Andrew MacKay 1996 1996
Derek Conway 1996 1997
Janet Anderson 1997 1998
Graham Allen 1998 2001
Gerry Sutcliffe 2001 2003
Jim Fitzpatrick 2003 2005
John Heppell 2005 2007
Liz Blackman 2007 2008 [33]
Claire Ward 2008 2009 [34]
Helen Jones 2009 2010 [35]
Mark Francois 2010 2012
Greg Knight 2012 2013 Previously Treasurer of the Household 1993-96
Desmond Swayne 2013 2014
Anne Milton 2014 2015
Kris Hopkins 2015 2016
Julian Smith 2016 2017 Became Treasurer of the Household
Chris Heaton-Harris 2017 2018 Became Comptroller of the Household
Mark Spencer 2018 2018 Became Comptroller of the Household
Andrew Stephenson 2018 2019
Craig Whittaker 2019 2019
Stuart Andrew 2019 2020 Became Treasurer of the Household
Marcus Jones 2020 2021 Became Comptroller of the Household
James Morris 2021 2022
Michael Tomlinson 2022 2022 [36]
Jo Churchill 2022 2022 Her tenure carried over into the reign of King Charles III

Lord Steward

The Lord Steward of the Household manages the Treasurer of the Household and Comptroller of the Household, who rank next to him. The appointee is always a peer, and is the first dignitary of the court.

Name Began Ended Notes Ref.
The Duke of Hamilton , KT, GCVO, AFC, LLD 5 August 1952; tenure began 1 June 1940 1964 He began this position in 1940 under King George VI; his tenure carried over into Elizabeth II's reign [37]
The Duke of Westminster 1964 1967 [38]
The Viscount Cobham 1967 1972 [39]
The Duke of Northumberland 1973 1988 [40]
The Viscount Ridley 1989 2001 [41]
The Duke of Abercorn 2001 2009
The Earl of Dalhousie 2009 8 September 2022 His tenure carried over into the reign of King Charles III

Treasurer of the Household

The Treasurer of the Household is usually held by one of the government deputy Chief Whips in the House of Commons. The Treasurer is automatically a member of the privy council.

Portrait Name Term of office Party Prime Minister
Cedric Drewe, Esquire, MP 5 August 1952, had served as Treasurer of the Household since 26 October 1951 5 April 1955 Conservative Sir Winston Churchill
John Stradling Thomas 6 April 1955 9 January 1957 Unionist Party (Scotland) Sir Anthony Eden
Hendrie Oakshott 10 January 1957 16 January 1959 Conservative Harold Macmillan
Hon. Peter Legh 16 January 1959 21 June 1960 Conservative
Edward Wakefield 21 June 1960 March 1962 Conservative
Michael Hughes-Young March 1962 16 October 1964 Conservative Harold Macmillan (until 18 October 1963), Sir Alec Douglas-Home (19 October 1963 – 16 October 1964)
Sydney Irving 4 March 1974 4 May 1979 Labour and Co-operative Harold Wilson
John Silkin 11 April 1966 4 July 1966 Labour
Charles Grey 4 July 1966 13 October 1969 Labour
Charles Richard Morris 13 October 1969 18 June 1970 Labour
Humphrey Atkins 18 June 1970 2 December 1973 Conservative Edward Heath
Bernard Weatherill 2 December 1973 4 March 1974 Conservative
Walter Harrison 4 March 1974 4 May 1979 Labour Harold Wilson (4 March 1974 – 5 April 1976), James Callaghan (5 April 1976 – 4 May 1979)
John Stradling Thomas 6 May 1979 11 February 1983 Conservative Margaret Thatcher
Anthony Berry 17 February 1983 11 June 1983 Conservative
John Cope 11 June 1983 15 June 1987 Conservative
David Hunt 15 June 1987 25 July 1989 Conservative
Tristan Garel-Jones 25 July 1989 14 July 1990 Conservative
Alastair Goodlad 14 July 1990 15 April 1992 Conservative John Major
David Heathcoat-Amory 15 April 1992 27 May 1993 Conservative
Greg Knight 7 June 1993 23 July 1996 Conservative
Andrew MacKay 23 July 1996 2 May 1997 Conservative
George Mudie 2 May 1997 27 July 1998 Labour Tony Blair
Keith Bradley 27 July 1998 8 June 2001 Labour
Keith Hill 8 June 2001 23 June 2003 Labour
Bob Ainsworth 13 June 2003 28 June 2007 Labour
Nick Brown 28 June 2007 3 October 2008 Labour Gordon Brown
Tommy McAvoy 5 October 2008 11 May 2010 Labour
Sir John Randall 11 May 2010 3 October 2013 Conservative David Cameron
Greg Hands 7 October 2013 11 May 2015 Conservative
Anne Milton 11 May 2015 12 June 2017 Conservative
Theresa May
Julian Smith 13 June 2017 2 November 2017 Conservative
Esther McVey 2 November 2017 9 January 2018 Conservative
Christopher Pincher 9 January 2018 25 July 2019 Conservative
Amanda Milling 28 July 2019 13 February 2020 Conservative Boris Johnson
Stuart Andrew 13 February 2020 8 February 2022 Conservative
Christopher Pincher 8 February 2022 30 June 2022 Conservative
Kelly Tolhurst 1 July 2022 7 September 2022 Conservative
Craig Whittaker 8 September 2022 8 September 2022, His tenure carried over into the reign of King Charles III Conservative Liz Truss

Comptroller of the Household

The Comptroller of the Household is nominally the second-ranking member of the Lord Steward's department after the Treasurer of the Household. In recent times, a senior government whip has invariably occupied the office. On state occasions the Comptroller, in common with certain other senior officers of the Household, carries a white staff of office, as often seen in portraits.

Name Entered Office Left Office Notes Ref.
Roger John Edward Conant, Esquire, MP 5 August 1952, had served as Comptroller since 1951 1954
Tam Galbraith 1954 1955
Hendrie Oakshott 1955 1957
Gerald Wills 1957 1958
Sir Edward Wakefield, 1st Baronet 1958 16 January 1959
Harwood Harrison 16 January 1959 6 July 1961
Robin Chichester-Clark 6 July 1961 1964
Charles Grey 1964 1966
William Whitlock (politician) 1966 1967
William Howie 1967 1968
Ioan Evans 1968 1970
Walter Elliot 1970 1970
Reginald Eyre 1970 7 April 1972
Bernard Weatherill 7 April 1972 2 December 1973
Walter Clegg 2 December 1973 28 February 1974
Joseph Harper 28 February 1974 24 June 1978
James Hamilton 24 June 1978 7 May 1979
Spencer Le Marchant 7 May 1979 30 September 1981
Anthony Berry 30 September 1981 17 February 1983
Carol Mather 17 February 1983 16 October 1986
Robert Boscawen 16 October 1986 26 July 1988
Tristan Garel-Jones 26 July 1988 25 July 1989
Alastair Goodlad 25 July 1989 14 July 1990
Sir George Young, 6th Baronet 14 July 1990 28 November 1990
David Lightbown 28 November 1990 12 December 1995
Timothy Wood 12 December 1995 2 May 1997
Tommy McAvoy 2 May 1997 5 October 2008
John Spellar 5 October 2008 11 May 2010
Alistair Carmichael 11 May 2010 7 October 2013
Don Foster 7 October 2013 11 May 2015
Gavin Barwell 11 May 2015 17 July 2016 [42]
Mel Stride 17 July 2016 2 June 2017
Christopher Pincher 15 June 2017 5 November 2017
Chris Heaton-Harris 9 January 2018 9 July 2018 [43]
Mark Spencer 15 July 2018 34 July 2019
Jeremy Quin 28 July 2019 6 December 2019
Mike Freer 16 December 2019 6 September 2021
Marcus Jones 17 September 2021 8 July 2022 [44]
Rebecca Harris 8 July 2022 8 September 2022 Her tenure carried over into the reign of King Charles III

Master of the Horse

See also: List of Masters of the Horse

The Master of the Horse is the third dignitary of the court. It is a primarily ceremonial office, and rarely appears except on state occasions, and especially when the Sovereign is mounted. There are still several pages of honour who are nominally in the master of the horse's department. They are youths aged from twelve to sixteen, selected by the sovereign in person, to attend on him at state ceremonies.

Name Entered Office Left Office Notes Ref.
His Grace Henry Hugh Arthur Fitzroy Somerset, 10th Duke of Beaufort, KG, GCVO 5 August 1952 1972 He began this position in 1936 under King Edward VIII [39]
The Earl of Westmorland 1978 1991 [45]
The Lord Somerleyton 1991 1998 [41]
The Lord Vestey 1999 2018 [46][47]
The Lord de Mauley 1 January 2019 8 September 2022 His tenure carried over into the reign of King Charles III [48]

Private Secretary's Office

Main article: Private Secretary to the Sovereign

Private Secretary to the Sovereign

5 August 1952: The Right Honourable Sir Alan Frederick Lascelles, GCVO, KCB, CMG, MC

Assistant Private Secretaries

Press Secretary

5 August 1952: Commander (S) Richard Colville, MVO, DSC, RN

Privy Purse and Treasurer's Office

Keeper of the Privy Purse and Treasurer to The Queen

5 August 1952: The Right Honourable Sir James Ulick Francis Canning Alexander, GCVO, KCB, CMG, OBE

Deputy Treasurer to The Queen and Secretary of the Privy Purse

5 August 1952: Commander (S) Sir Dudley Colles, KCVO, OBE, RN

Assistant Keeper of the Privy Purse

5 August 1952: Brigadier The Right Honourable Charles George Vivian, Baron Tryon, DSO

Almonry

High Almoner

5 August 1952: The Right Reverend Edward Sydney Woods, DD, Lord Bishop of Lichfield

Sub-Almoner

5 August 1952: The Reverend Maurice Frederic Foxell, MVO, MA

Pages of Honour

Lord Chamberlain's Office

Main article: Lord Chamberlain's Office

Comptroller, Lord Chamberlain's Office

5 August 1952: Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Terence Edmund Gascoigne Nugent, GCVO, MC

Assistant Comptroller, Lord Chamberlain's Office

5 August 1952: Brigadier Sir Norman Wilmshurst Gwatkin, KCVO, DSO

Royal Mews Department

Crown Equerry

5 August 1952: Colonel Sir Dermot McMorrough Kavanagh, KCVO

Marshal of the Diplomatic Corps

5 August 1952: Major-General Arthur Guy Salisbury-Jones, CMG, CBE, MC

Vice-Marshal of the Diplomatic Corps

5 August 1952: Marcus John Cheke, Esquire, CVO

Assistant Marshal of the Diplomatic Corps

5 August 1952: Captain Sir John Lindsay Dashwood, Bt, CVO

The Master of the Household's Department

Main article: Master of the Household

Master of the Household

Lords in Waiting

Equerries

Equerries

Temporary Equerries

Extra Equerries

Gentleman Ushers

Extra Gentlemen Ushers

Gentleman Usher to the Sword of State

Main article: Gentleman Usher to the Sword of State

5 August 1952: Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur Sheridan Barratt, KCB, CMG, MC

Ecclesiastical Household

College of Chaplains

Clerk of the Closet

5 August 1952: The Right Reverend Percy Mark Herbert, DD, Lord Bishop of Norwich.

Deputy Clerk of the Closet

5 August 1952: The Reverend Maurice Frederic Foxell, MVO, MA

Chaplains

Chapels Royal

Dean

5 August 1952: The Right Reverend and Right Honourable John William Charles Wand, DD, Lord Bishop of London.

Sub-Dean

5 August 1952: The Reverend Maurice Frederic Foxell, MVO, MA

Priests

Deputy-Priests

Honorary Priest

5 August 1952: The Reverend Trevitt Reginald Hine-Haycock, MVO, MA

Organist, Choirmaster and Composer at Her Majesty's Chapels Royal

5 August 1952: Edgar Stanley Roper, Esquire, CVO, MusD

Domestic Chaplains

Chaplain, Royal Chapel, Windsor Great Park

5 August 1952: The Reverend Peter Llewellyn Gillingham, MA

Chaplain, Hampton Court Palace

5 August 1952: The Reverend Prebendary Herbert Harris, MA

Organist, Hampton Court Palace

5 August 1952: William James Phillips, Esquire, Mus.Doc.

Chaplains in Scotland

Domestic Chaplain

5 August 1952: The Reverend John Lamb, CVO, BD (Balmoral).

Medical Household

Physicians

Physicians to the Household

Physician-Paediatrician

Extra Physicians

Sergeant-Surgeon

Surgeons

Surgeon to Her Majesty's Household

Surgeon-Gynaecologist/Surgeon-Gynaecologist to the Queen

Surgeon-Gynaecologist to the Household

Extra Surgeons

Extra Manipulative Surgeon

Extra Surgeon-Apothecary

Surgeon-Oculist/Surgeon-Oculist to the Queen

Extra Orthopaedic Surgeon

Aurist

Surgeon-Dentist

Extra Physician to the Household

Surgeon-Oculist to the Household

Extra Surgeon-Oculist to the Household

Apothecary to the Household

Surgeon-Apothecary to the Household at Windsor

Extra Surgeon-Apothecary to the Household at Windsor

Surgeon-Apothecary to the Household at Sandringham

Medical Household in Scotland

Physicians

Surgeons

Surgeon-Oculist

Surgeon-Dentist

Surgeon-Apothecary to the Household at Balmoral

Surgeon-Apothecary to the Household at the Palace of Holyroodhouse

Surgeon-Apothecaries/Apothecaries to HM Household at the Palace of Holyroodhouse

Military establishment

Gentlemen-at-Arms

Captain

5 August 1952: Colonel the Right Honourable Hugh William, Earl Fortescue, KG, CB, OBE, MC

Lieutenant

5 August 1952: Brigadier-General Sir Robert Harvey Kearsley, KCVO, CMG, DSO

Clerk of the Cheque and Adjutant

Gentlemen of the Corps

Yeomen of the Guard

Captain

5 August 1952: The Right Honourable William Arthur Bampfylde, Earl of Onslow, MC, TD

Lieutenant

5 August 1952: Major-General Sir Allan Henry Shafto Adair, Bt, CB, DSO, MC

Clerk of the Cheque and Adjutant

5 August 1952: Lieutenant-Colonel Ralph Charles Bingham, DSO

Ensign

5 August 1952: Lieutenant-Colonel Victor Buller Turner, VC

Exons

5 August 1952: Brigadier William Greenwood Carr, DSO Lieutenant-Colonel Gerald Hugh Grosvenor, DSO

Other appointments

Groom in Waiting

Extra Groom in Waiting

Groom of the Robes

5 August 1952: Captain Sir Harold George Campbell, KCVO, DSO, RN

Parliament

Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod

5 August 1952: Lieutenant-General Sir Brian Gwynne Horrocks, KCB, KBE, DSO, MC

Sergeants-at-Arms

Sergeant-at-Arms, House of Lords

5 August 1952: Air Vice-Marshal Sir Paul Copeland Maltby, KBE, CB, DSO, AFC

Sergeant-at-Arms, House of Commons

5 August 1952: Brigadier Sir Charles Alfred Howard, KCVO, DSO

The Queen's Archives

Keeper

5 August 1952: The Right Honourable Sir Alan Frederick Lascelles, GCVO, KCB, CMG, MC

Librarian

5 August 1952: Sir Owen Frederick Morshead, KCVO, DSO, MC

Keeper of the Jewel House, Tower of London

5 August 1952: Major-General Hervey Degge Wilmot Sitwell, CB, MC

Surveyor of The Queen's Pictures

5 August 1952: Professor Anthony Frederick Blunt, CVO

Deputy Surveyor of The Queen's Pictures

5 August 1952: Oliver Nicholas Millar, Esquire, FSA

Surveyor of The Queen's Works of Art

5 August 1952: Sir James Gow Mann, MA, B.Litt., PSA. 10 July 2019:Caroline de Guitaut, LVO. Appointed as deputy Surveyor of the Queen's Works of Art. Responsible for 700,000 works of art, at 13 royal palaces, including HM The Queen's official residences: Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle, Palace of Holyroodhouse. 1st woman to hold the position.

Master of the Queen's Music

5 August 1952: Sir Arnold Edward Trevor Bax, MusDoc

Poet Laureate

5 August 1952: John Masefield, Esquire, OM, LitTD, LLD

Honorary Veterinary Surgeons

Coroner of the Household

5 August 1952: Lieutenant-Colonel William Hilgrove Leslie McCarthy, DSO, MC, MD, MRCP

Captain of The Queen's Flight

5 August 1952: Air Commodore Sir Edward Hedley Fielden, KCVO, CB, DFC, AFC
15 February 1968: Air Commodore Sir Archibald Winskill, KCVO, CBE, DFC & Bar, AE

Her Majesty's Representative at Ascot

5 August 1952: His Grace Bernard Marmaduke Fitzalan-Howard, 16th Duke of Norfolk, KG, GCVO

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