Queen Consort Camilla is making some royal modifications throughout her partner King Charles III‘s reign.
The 75- year-old has actually chosen not to have ladies-in-waiting and will designate 6 females as “Queen’s Companions” rather, a representative for the Buckingham Palace verified to NBC News.
In an effort to update the position, the function of “Queen’s Companion” will be more casual compared to previous responsibilities carried out by ladies-in-waiting. This indicates the buddies– a part of Camilla’s core group in addition to her personal secretary and deputy personal secretary– will have less administrative duties and participate in less occasions with the Queen Consort than Queen Elizabeth II‘s ladies-in-waiting made with the late queen.
The Palace representative verified that the brand-new group will be consisted of Camilla’s long time buddies Sarah Troughton, Lady Katharine Brooke, Baroness Carlyn Chisholm, Lady Sarah Keswick, Fiona, the Marchioness of Lansdowne and Jane von Westenholz, whose child presented Prince Harry to now-wife Meghan Markle
As for Queen Elizabeth’s previous ladies-in-waiting, 3 females will stay part of the King’s family as “Ladies of the House” and aid His Majesty host occasions at Buckingham Palace, according to the representative. Meanwhile, the other 2 ladies-in-waiting have actually picked to retire from public life.