The Comptroller of the Household is an ancient position (as reflected by the archaic spelling of Controller, which is derived from French) in the English royal household, currently the second-ranking member of the Lord Steward's department, and often a cabinet member. ...more on Wikipedia about "Comptroller of the Household"
The Master of the Buckhounds was an officer in the Master of the Horse's department of the British Royal Household. The holder was also His/Her Majesty's Representative at Ascot. It was a political office, so the holder, who was always a nobleman, altered with every ministry. The office was abolished by the Civil List Act 1901. ...more on Wikipedia about "Master of the Buckhounds"
The term prince (the female form is princess), from the Latin root princeps, when used for a member of the highest aristocracy, has several fundamentally different meanings - one generic, and several types of titles. ...more on Wikipedia about "Prince"
A retinue (O. Fr. retenue, from retenir, Lat. retenere, hold back, retain) is a body of persons "retained" in the service of a noble or royal personage, a suite (literal French meanings: what follows) of "retainers." ...more on Wikipedia about "Retinue"
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