Mistresses of The Robes To Caroline, Princess of Wales, Later Queen Caroline, 1714-1737
- 1714-1717: Diana Beauclerk, Duchess of St Albans
- 1717-1723: Vacant?
- 1723-1731: Elizabeth Sackville, Duchess of Dorset
- 1731-1735: Henrietta Howard, Countess of Suffolk (Dowager Countess of Suffolk from 1733)
- 1735-1737: Vacant
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