Mistress of The Robes To Queen Elizabeth, Later Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, 1937-2002
- 1937-1964: Helen Percy, Duchess of Northumberland (Dowager Duchess of Northumberland from 1946)
- 1964-1990: Kathleen Hamilton, Duchess of Abercorn (Dowager Duchess of Abercorn from 1979)
- 1990–2002: Vacant
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