(1) As she left the church after the 40-minute service, a smiling Sophie linked arms with husband Edward and Timothy Laurence, a former royal equerry .(2) he became equerry to the Duke of Kent(3) Bertie's hour proved more eventful for both his comptroller and his equerry decided to show up right after the gentlemen separated from the ladies.(4) Townsend, who had been an equerry to her late father King George VI, was a divorcÔö£┬« and the affair threatened to create a constitutional crisis.(5) The couple met on the show last autumn when the former equerry to the Duke of York ended up choosing presenter Jonsson over the contestants.(6) In due course, the horse arrived with the vet, groom, and an equerry , in a large horsebox.(7) We learn that Lady Diana's parents have a house next door to Sandringham and that her father was an equerry of King George VI.(8) His horse threw him in a cavalry mÔö£┬¼lÔö£┬«e, and an equerry who helped him remount was decapitated by a cannon ball as he did so.(9) When I joined the palace as an equerry I was on loan from the Navy.(10) At 22, Ludwig became engaged to his cousin, Sophia, but the arrangements were called off when his relationship with an equerry , Richard Hornig, blossomed.(11) ├ö├ç├┐We were ushered in by the Queen's equerry , a young man with a uniform and a sword at his side, just in case I did anything terrible I suppose,├ö├ç├û he says, chuckling.(12) Being a known equerry to the Prince, I was often peppered with questions of this nature while out about the piazza.(13) Soon after the end of the war George VI appointed as his equerry a much-decorated air ace, Group Captain Peter Townsend.(14) Son of a court equerry in Munich, he was apprenticed in 1582/3 to the court painter, Hans Donauer.(15) Her equerries and footmen march bareheaded on either side next the litter, and outside, the pensioners on foot with their halberds.(16) Around the age of 17, she fell in love with yet another of George III's equerries , Sir Charles FitzRoy, who was said to be a very dull young man.