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Lady Hussey is said to have started working at the Royal Family in the same year the Queen gave birth to her third child, Prince Andrew.
She was born Susan Katharine Hussey and is the Baroness Hussey of North Bradley.
When she started working at the Palace, she started in a role where she was helping to answer letters. Eventually, she became part of the close-knit inner circle of ladies-in-waiting with unrivalled knowledge of the workings of the palace.
Lady Hussey helped new arrivals adjust to the ways of the Palace. Among new arrivals she worked with include Meghan Markle and Princess Diana.
The role of lady-in-waiting was typically given to wealthy aristocrats who were not paid a salary but becoming Woman of the Bedchamber was considered an extremely prestigious role.
Lady Susan was promoted to Dame Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order (GCVO) in the 2013 Birthday Honours, and also received several long service awards for her faithful service to the Queen.
Lady Susan belongs to the Aristocratic society in England. She was born to the 12th Earl Waldegrave, and Mary Hermione Grenfell.
Lady Susan Hussey is married to Marmaduke Hussey. They married on 25 April 1959. Marmaduke Hussey later became Chairman of the Board of Governors of the BBC.
Lady Susan Hussey has two children. According to records, one of her children followed her into Royal Service and serves as the official companion of Camilla, the Queen Consort. Her children are Katharine Hussey, James Hussey. Katherine was born on February 1, 1964. She is married to Sir Francis George Windham Brooke, 4th Baronet. Katherine has three children who are George Francis Geoffrey Brooke, Sarah Brooke, Olivia Brooke. James Hussey on the other hand was born on August 15, 1961. James has been married twice in his life. In 1988 he married Jacqueline Baker. However, in 1993 he married Emma Shelley.
Lady Susan Hussey was born in 1939. She is the fifth youngest daughter of the 12th Earl Waldegrave and Mary Hermione, Countess Waldegrave.