Birthday Honours: Royal Victorian Order


DCVO


Susan Richenda The Lady Elton, CVO. Lady in Waiting to The Queen.

Lady Diana Marion Farnham, CVO. Lady in Waiting to The Queen.

The Lady Mary Christina Holborow. Lord-Lieutenant of Cornwall.

KCVO

James Appleton Hawley, TD. Lord-Lieutenant of Staffordshire.

Roger Henry Vickers. Serjeant Surgeon, Royal Household.

Samuel Charles Whitbread. Lord-Lieutenant of Bedfordshire.

CVO

Sir Christian John Storey Bonington, CBE, DL. Deputy Patron, Outward Bound Trust.

Gilbert Kirkwood Cox, MBE. Lord-Lieutenant of Lanarkshire.

Commodore Peter John Melson, CBE. R.N., formerly director of Operations, Trinity House.

Capt Nicholas Peter Wright, LVO. R.N., private secretary to The Princess Royal.

LVO

Miss Jane Wendy Graham. Assistant Keeper of the Privy Purse.

Miss Jean Catharine Gray, MVO. Senior secretary, the Lady in Waiting's Office.

Mrs Inderjit Kaur Jutlla. Assistant Treasurer to The Queen.

Mark Murray Leishman. Private secretary to The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall.

Maj Gen the Honourable Seymour Hector Russell Hale Monro, CBE. Formerly Adjutant, The Queen's Body Guard for Scotland, Royal Company of Archers.

Lt Col the Honourable Guy Norrie. Formerly Lieutenant, Her Majesty's Body Guard of the Honourable Corps of Gentlemen at Arms.

Maj Thomas Wills. Lieutenant, The Queen's Body Guard of the Yeomen of the Guard.

The Reverend Canon Anthony Robert Wright. Sub-Dean of Westminster Abbey and Rector of St. Margaret's Church.

Edward Young. Deputy private secretary to The Queen.

MVO

Robert John Bell. Lord-Lieutenant's Officer, Lincolnshire.

Kevin Francis Coulthard. Deputy Fire Safety manager, Windsor Castle.

Barry John Gomm. Electrician, Windsor Castle.

Mrs Jacqueline Rosemary Colliss Harvey. Publisher, Royal Collection.

Mrs Anne Lycett. Head of Ambassadors, The Prince's Trust.

David John Middleton. R.V.M, chief Upholsterer, Royal Household.

Sgt William Edward Noon. Metropolitan Police. For services to Royalty Protection.

Dr Michael Turner. Inspector, Government Historic Estates Unit, English Heritage.

Shaun Dominic Turner. Furniture Conservator, Royal Collection.

Allan Dyment Williams. Clerk to the Merseyside Lieutenancy.

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