DCVO


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DCVODame Commander of the Royal Victorian Order
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Interim DCVO Simon Hall will continue in the post until Graeme begins his new role in January.
Colin Ingleby-Mackenzie, a former owner with Richard Hannon and racing fan when he is not following cricket, is created an OBE for his services to that sport, while Baroness Trumpington, a former steward at Folkestone, becomes a DCVO in the Royal Victorian Order for her services as ``extra baroness in waiting to the Queen''.
The famous pair are Her Grace, Deborah, the Dowager Duchess of Devonshire DCVO (1920- ), the youngest of the famous six Mitford sisters and the dramatist, Alan Bennett (1934- ), equally famous , especially for The Madness of King George III (1991) and, The History Boys (2004).