Honours: Royal Victorian Order

Dame Commander (DCVO)

Mrs (Florence) Mary Fagan, JP. Lord-Lieutenant of Hampshire.

Knight Commander (KCVO)

John Knollys Bather. Formerly Lord-Lieutenant of Derbyshire.

Dr the Rt Rev and Rt Hon Richard John Carew Chartres. Bishop of London and Dean of Her Majesty's Chapels Royal.

Dr Henry William George Elwes, JP. Lord-Lieutenant of Gloucestershire.

William Joseph Hall, JP. Lord-Lieutenant of County Down.

Samuel George Armstrong Vestey. The Rt Hon The Lord, Master of the Horse.

Commander (CVO)

(Jeffrey) Michael Blackburn. Formerly trustee, The Duke of Edinburgh's Award.

Philip Henry Christopher Jackson. Sculptor.

Christopher James Lowe. Senior Trustee, The Duke of Edinburgh's Award.

Rear Admiral Colin Herbert Dickinson Cooke-Priest, CB. Gentleman Usher to The Queen.

Eric William Rainey, MBE. Director, The Duke of Edinburgh's Award, Northern Ireland.

Colin Adair Sherman Sturmer, MVO. Formerly Land Steward, Isles of Scilly, Duchy of Cornwall.

Lieutenant (LVO)

John Douglas Chilcott. Formerly official secretary to the Governor of Tasmania.

Ms Samantha Helen Cohen. Communications and press secretary, Royal Household.

Group Capt Timothy Chetnole Hewlett, OBE. Royal Air Force, director of royal travel.

Professor (Norman) Ashley George Mowat. Physician to The Queen in Scotland.

Graham Paul Sharpe, MVO. Director of property services, Royal Household.

The Rev Nicholas Charles Wheeler. Head of Church Appointments, Cabinet Office.

Ronald John Wilkie. Operations director, Ascot Racecourse.

Keith Charles Willis. Finance director, Duchy of Cornwall.

Member (MVO)

Graham Miles Bann. Executive director, Business in the Community.

Douglas Alexander Bowie. Director of finance, The Prince's Scottish Youth Business Trust.

Ian David Cornish. Head of audit services, Royal Household.

Stephen John Luke Davies. Financial controller, Duchy of Lancaster.

Mrs Rosanna Young De Sancha. Paintings conservator, Royal Collection.

Mrs Leona Mary Harvey. Personal secretary to the Governor of Newfoundland and Labrador.

Paul Hughes. Chief clerk and accountant, The Duke of Edinburgh's Household.

Dr Joanna Mary Marschner. Senior Curator, Kensington Palace, Historic Royal Palaces.

Allan David Masson, RVM. Mechanic, Balmoral Estate.

Sgt Stephen William Mayne. Metropolitan Police. For services to royalty protection.

Nigel Robert McEvoy, RVM. Palace steward, Royal Household.

Edward Peter Mills, RVM. French polisher, Royal Household.

Victor James Mitchell. Steward of the bellringers, College of St George.

Miss Shutica Patel. Head of photographic services, Royal Collection.

Inspector Charles Caird Walker. Metropolitan Police. For services to royalty protection.

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